In this episode of Stewarts Soundbites, Senior Associate Chris Smith spoke to Nicole Bennett, an orthotist and prosthetist at Pace Rehabilitation, the UK’s largest independent provider of amputee rehabilitation services.

Chris and Nicole discussed the advanced orthotic solutions that are changing the landscape in the management of lower limb complex trauma injuries. These can bring significant improvements in pain and function compared with more conventional orthotic interventions.

Nicole was the lead orthotist at Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Headley Court from 2011-2018 and the only orthotist in the Ministry of Defence during this period. Working in the complex trauma team, Nicole saw a high volume of young patients with limb salvage following improvised explosive device (IED) blast injury. Typically, her role was to provide orthoses to maximise injured personnel’s functional capability and reduce pain.

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A contemporary approach t the age-old limb salvage dilemma - Nicole Bennett, HCPC Orthotist/Prosthetist, PACE

About the speaker – Nicole Bennett, HCPC Orthotist/Prosthetist, PACE

Nicole Bennett, HCPC Orthotist/Prosthetist, PACENicole Bennett currently practices as a Clinical Specialist Orthotist within a multi-disciplinary team at Pace Rehabilitation’s clinical facility in Amersham, Buckinghamshire. She has a specialist interest in the orthotic management of clients who have sustained lower limb trauma.





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