CROYDON THERAPY CLINIC
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About me: Paul Carr
My practical working knowledge and skills were acquired during 25 years working for the NHS, mainly working in neurology stroke care and rehabilitation units.
In 2007 I studied rehabilitation at London South Bank University (LSBU) and The University of East London (UEL) for 2 years.
I have had 1 article published in the Nursing Times and 7 articles published in the British Journal of Health-Care Assistants. The articles relate to Stroke and Stroke Rehabilitation.
I have also written 2 teaching books, one of which was an award-winning interactive work book for, Health Care Assistants, Rehab Technicians, Students and Physiotherapy Assistants. Developing Skills & Competencies through Work Based Learning.
The second book is directed at Carers & Relatives and contains a large section on caring duties, support and guidance. Both books cover, Brain Anatomy, Stroke, Nursing Duties Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech & Language Therapy, Dieticians and Infection Control.
About Croydon Therapy Clinic
As providers of treatment and rehabilitation services that are not normally offered by local authorities, Croydon Therapy Clinic (CTC) specialise in hydrotherapy and physiotherapy. These services improve a person’s mobility, strength and flexibility. Aiding people wanting to stay within the comfort of their own homes, with their families and to help relieve the backlog of patients awaiting NHS support. The 6-week permitted treatment time within the NHS, post operation or injury, is too often not enough. CTC provide further steps to help those in recovery and in need of rehabilitation, they specialise in helping people with long-term conditions and or chronic illnesses and have offered these services for 20 years
Croydon Therapy Clinic provides
Hydrotherapy assessments, Group Aquafit sessions, Group Aquarobic sessions, Fundraising for Local Charities