Our physiotherapist team at The Grove Resource Centre, Surrey, offer physiotherapy for a wide range of people with multiple types of disabilities, such as learning disabilities and physical disabilities.
The service is kitted out with equipment and facilities for physiotherapy sessions tailored to improve your physical wellbeing. We have a hydrotherapy swimming pool, which is maintained by a staff team who also provide different activities such as aquatic therapy.
Our wide range of physiotherapy equipment includes:
- Parallel bars
- Prone stander
- Tilt tables
- Walking frames
- Specialist beds like the Dreama system bed, electric bed.
- Side layers
- Vibrating plate
- Small weights
- Physiotherapy cushions, wedges and matts.
We want to make sure you feel comfortable, so your sessions can take place in our specialist resource centre, or in your own home. We offer individual sessions or in groups of people.*
We can offer aftercare for those who have broken or fractured limbs or aren’t mobile.
Our aftercare is for people who no longer require a PT or PTA to work with them. They can book additional sessions to ensure they keep up with a set plan and maintain the accomplished goals.
As well as our regular physiotherapy offering, The Grove Resource Centre also offers:
- Activity groups
- Writing and reviewing of care plans
- Risk assessment reviews
- Staff training
- Assisting and advocating for equipment provision like orthotics, wheelchairs, leisure chairs and sleep systems.
Who are we?
We are a close-knit group of highly skilled therapy assistants led by a neuro-physiotherapist, Radoslaw. Find out a little more about the team!
Hello, my name’s Radoslaw and I am the Physiotherapy Team Manager. My professional qualifications include a MSc in Physiotherapy and a BSc Hons in Pedagogy and Physiotherapy. I am also a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Health and Care Professionals Council and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology.
I specialise in Neurology, and I have experience working with people who have had strokes, mental health problems and learning disabilities. I have also worked with people who are out in the community.
Since I was 18 I have always wanted to work in the healthcare sector, to help those in need. Being able to change people’s lives for the better is the biggest motivator for me. Reassuring them of a pain free life and empowering people with the skills to fulfil their physical and mobility needs are not just my therapeutic goals but rewards I’m bringing home from work.
In my spare time I enjoy playing my electric guitar – loudly! I also enjoy taking part in water sports.
- Neuro Physiotherapy
- Complex physical and mental needs such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, scoliosis, ABI, TBI
- Autoimmune and progressive diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington’s Disease and peripheral neuropathies.
Hi, I am Stanislav. I achieved my Physiotherapy degree in Bulgaria at Trakia University and have been working at Voyage Care as a Physiotherapy Assistant for one year. I also had the pleasure of winning Newcomer of the Year at the 2020 Voyage Excellence Awards.
As a member of the Voyage Care Physiotherapy Team, I enjoy treating injuries that may make everyday tasks and mobility difficult you, this way I can help support you to become more independent.
I have experience working with people who have neurological conditions, fractures and learning disabilities. I can also work with those who have had a stroke, paraparesis, hemiparesis (nerve damage, occurring mainly after strokes) and quadriparesis.
Outside of work, I love spending time with my family and getting active by doing things like archery, boxing and going to the gym.
- Learning disabilities
- Neurologic patients such as strokes, Bell’s Palsy
- Fractures such as femoral fractures
Hello! I am Zofia and I am a Physiotherapy Assistant at The Grove Resource Centre. I’ve been working as a Physiotherapist Assistant since 2002, I have an NVQ 3 and I am qualified as a mobility and physical assistance trainer.
In the past, I have worked with those who have learning disabilities. I am here to help you become more mobile and independent. I can assist with upper extremity injuries, particularly in hands.
In my spare time I really like to read!
- Learning disabilities
- Upper extremity injuries
- Rehabilitation of the hand
Hi, I am Ines and I am a Physiotherapy Assistant. I completed my degree in Physiotherapy at Fernando Pessoa University in Portugal. I have worked with all types of patients but my main focus and passion has always been neurology.
In my free time I enjoy drawing, painting and travelling.
- Neuro physiotherapy
- Aqua therapy
If you’re interested in how our team of physiotherapists at The Grove Resource Centre in Surrey can help you reach your full potential, please call us on 01428 607310.
*Due to COVID-19, these services may not be available.