Active Dreams is owned and run by Linda Mawle, a specialist neurological paediatric Physiotherapist who is HPC registered and a member of both the Chartered Society of physiotherapy and the association of paediatric chartered physiotherapists.
Linda qualified in 1999 and has specialised in paediatrics since 2001. She particularly focuses her practice on those children with complex neurological conditions including cerebral palsy, pre and post SDR rehab, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury clients.
Linda’s length and breadth of experience has enabled her to build an excellent skill base and she now has the flexibility required to work with each unique child and their families. She recognises that each child is different and that it is the child as well as the condition that needs treatment.
Linda’s specialist input can include providing detailed neurological assessments, specialist individualised treatment sessions, liaising with professionals in health and education, report writing and advising on specialist equipment and orthotics.
Linda prides herself on providing an extremely high level of specialist paediatric treatment and understands fully the need to balance input to ensure short term and long term goals are met. This means Linda aims to maximise a child’s immediate potential whilst ensuring future problems and complications are minimised. She will work closely with each family to ensure an excellent therapy experience is achieved.
Go to www.activedreams.co.uk for more information
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an initial enquiry
Please call Linda Mawle
Tel: 01543 422266 mob: 07957 644764
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