Welcome to Hooley and Tuke. We provide a specialist Neurological Physiotherapy service for people in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk.
Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus we have decided to suspend out service until further notice for the safety of our patients.
We will keep you informed on this website about when it will be appropriate to resume our services.
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Our therapists are specialist in neurological physiotherapy and rehabilitation and have experience in the assessment and treatment of people with a variety of neurological conditions including spinal cord injury, stroke, head injury, MS, Parkinsons, and Guillan Barre disease.Find out more
We are currently looking for a replacement physiotherapist to run our exercise group for people who have had a stroke.…
Hooley and Tuke are currently in the process of setting up exercise glasses for people with a neurological condition.The focus…
Strokes affect more than 100,000 people a year in England and stroke care on a dedicated stroke unit has been…
https://www.stroke.org.uk/take-action/act-fast The Stroke Association’s Act Fast Campaign HTrehab.co.uk (specialist neurological physiotherapy service, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk)
The MyGait FES certainly helped over the weekend – Christine and I were in London, I managed to walk in Greenwich Park, around the Observatory, the Maritime Museum and the Cutty Sark. The following day we went to the Tower of London where I managed numerous steps and stairs, and a walk around the Tower walls – all without my stick or support from my wife. I am really pleased with what I achieved so the device is proving to be beneficial. I must admit to getting tired at times and having to sit down for a while before venturing on but I know that I would not have managed to do what I did without the device. With the MS, I have to accept that my walking will not return to former levels but I am delighted that I can do things that were not possible before the investment in the device.
Peter, Bury St. Edmunds