Grad Dip Phys, MCSP
Experienced in all aspects of paediatric physiotherapy in 0-18 age group from infant developmental checks through to musculoskeletal growth related and sports related injuries for the adolescent age group.
Common issues in:
- 0-2 yrs - concerns about head turning preference, developmental delay ie not rolling, sitting, walking at the normal time, hypermobility
- 2-6 yrs – delayed motor skills, hypermobility, poor balance and coordination
- 6+ age group – musculoskeletal pain due to trauma, growth related pain and conditions
Julie works in the local NHS service and has established links with acute and community paediatricians, health visitors, other paediatric therapists and is used to dealing with schools on therapy based issues.
She also works in conjunction with therapy teams at tertiary centres such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College and St. George’s Hospitals.
Julie has experience in treating other paediatric conditions such as juvenile arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, scoliosis, idiopathic toe walking, hypermobility syndrome.
Tel: 01883 717 277
Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy 1988 King’s College Hospital, London
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Member of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists