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Steve qualified as a Physiotherapist at Sheffield Hallam University. He has since completed his Masters degree in Neurological Rehabilitation at Brunel University. Steve has specialized in treating patients with neurological conditions for 10 years, working in NHS hospital and community based Stroke teams, specialist brain injury rehabilitation units and community rehab teams for long term neurological conditions.

Steve utilizes research based treatments in his therapy sessions and incorporates the use of technology where appropriate. He is trained in the use of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) for people with foot drop, Saebo products for arm and hand rehabilitation and muscle and sensory electrical stimulation for muscle weakness and spasticity management. Steve continues to be involved in research and is investigating the effects of using standing frames in people with progressive Multiple Sclerosis as part of the Standing up in Multiple Sclerosis (SUMS) trial.Please contact him directly if you would like to know more about the study.



Anna trained at the University of the West of England, Bristol and completed her Masters in Rehabilitation at Nottingham University. She has worked in acute services, Regional Rehabilitation units and in community stroke services. Anna investigated constraint induced movement therapy as a technique to improve upper limb function following a stroke and published the following papers related to this (Constraint induced movement therapy: a narrative review and Neuroplasticity, learning and recovery after stroke: a critical review of constraint-induced movement therapy). Anna is currently working on setting up the HT-Fit exercise groups. These are our not for profit exercise groups which support people with a neurological condition to have access to exercise classes.


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