Author Archives: Colin Green

Welcome Back Eleanor & Andie!

Welcome Back Eleanor & Andie!

Physio Matters are delighted to welcome back two of our team who have now been ‘un-furloughed’ due to increased demand for our online neuro physio rehab services. Eleanor Jones, Senior Neurological Physiotherapist and Andie Hardy, Administrative Assistant, have both returned to work after being furloughed for 2 months during the COVID-19 lockdown. Eleanor is now… Continue Reading

Demand for Online Neuro Physio Increases During Lockdown

Demand for Online Neuro Physio Increases During Lockdown

  Demand for online neuro physio has increased significantly during the COVID-19 lockdown with the majority of Physio Matters’ clients asking to have rehab delivered virtually as a substitute for physical hands-on physio. “We are currently using 5 different platforms to deliver virtual sessions to our clients,” explained Clinical Director Colin Green. “We use Zoom… Continue Reading

Physio Teamwork Helps Injured Client in Lockdown

Physio Teamwork Helps Injured Client in Lockdown

  Physio Matters has stepped in to help an injured client with a dislocated knee following a fall, but who was unwilling to go to hospital due to COVID-19 fears. Our Clinical Director, Colin Green, recently conducted a virtual assessment on new referral Lorna from Tameside who needed neuro physiotherapy following multiple injuries after a… Continue Reading

Kirsty’s 100 Day Running Challenge!

Kirsty’s 100 Day Running Challenge!

  Kirsty Agnew, Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist at Physio Matters, has set herself an amazing challenge – to run every day for 100 days to raise money for charity The Silver Line. Kirsty was supposed to take part in the Tour of Tameside in June which is a four-day running festival, but this was postponed to… Continue Reading

Aquatic Training for Anastasia

Aquatic Training for Anastasia

  Congratulations to Anastasia Giljazova, Senior Neurological Physiotherapist with Physio Matters who recently undertook the ATACP Accredited Foundation Course in Aquatic Therapy. The two-day course was held at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, focusing on equipping physiotherapists with the knowledge and clinical reasoning skills to safely carry out water-based rehabilitation. What is ATACP and… Continue Reading

Andie’s our new Admin!

Andie’s our new Admin!

  Welcome to Andrea Hardy who joins Physio Matters’ Business Support Team as Administrative Assistant. Andrea, who prefers ‘Andie’, will be handling calls to the office, liaising with clients, partners and suppliers, typing medical notes, dealing with confidential client information and carrying out general office work. Caring nature Andie has a wide range of business… Continue Reading

Latest Update from Physio Matters

Latest Update from Physio Matters

  We have had a VERY busy two weeks at Physio Matters as the impact of the Coronavirus has taken hold. Events have moved quickly following daily Government announcements and advice about social distancing, self-isolation and support for small businesses. So what have we been doing to adapt to this strange new world and way… Continue Reading

Eleanor’s Volunteer Double

Eleanor’s Volunteer Double

Well done to one of our newest recruits, Senior Neurological Physiotherapist Eleanor Jones who is a double volunteer during the current COVID-19 crisis, volunteering to help both the NHS and her dad, who is a local GP. And she’s been making temporary masks to help protect medical staff from the spread of Coronavirus. Eleanor responded… Continue Reading

First Meeting for Ambassadors

First Meeting for Ambassadors

Following the successful launch of our Physio Matters Ambassador Scheme 2020, Clinical Director, Colin Green, and Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist, Kirsty Agnew, have held the very first quarterly Ambassador Meeting at Physio Matters HQ. The Ambassador Scheme aims to unite people through their common interests and what they can do and achieve, rather than by their… Continue Reading

Senior Neuro Physio Joins the Team

Senior Neuro Physio Joins the Team

We are happy to welcome Eleanor Jones as a Senior Neurological Physiotherapist to Physio Matters, as another new starter joins our team! Eleanor has worked in a range of settings in the community, hospital acute wards and outpatient clinics. These include working with Central Manchester University Foundation Trust, with the Therapy and Falls Team at… Continue Reading

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