In this fascinating episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Emma Lyons spoke to Sarah Daniel, Neurological Physiotherapist and Clinical Director of Motion Rehab for Yorkshire and Humberside.

Sarah provided insight into the Lexo Robotic Gait Trainer, an innovative technological advancement in rehabilitation. She explored the meaning and value of “intensive rehabilitation” and discussed the management of fatigue in clients who regularly undertake intense physical therapy.

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About the speaker – Sarah Daniel, Neurological Physiotherapist

Sarah Daniel, Neurological PhysiotherapistSarah Daniel qualified at St George’s Hospital Medical School and completed her Master’s degree in Neurological Physiotherapy at Coventry University. Sarah is MOTIONrehab®’s Clinical Director for Yorkshire and Humberside and on the 22nd February 2018, Sarah was made the Chair of the Medico-Legal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MLACP).

Sarah manages her continually growing team across the Yorkshire and Humberside region and in Spring 2018 will be launching the UK’s first Intensive Outpatient & Residential Neurological Rehabilitation Facility augmented by Robotics and Virtual Reality technology in Leeds.  The centre has been given International Reference Centre Status for treatment, teaching and research.

 


 

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