We are two highly specialised Neuro-physiotherapists running  a private practice involving one-off or regular visits to people in their own homes.


Rosie Tudor

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (MCSP)
The Health and Care Professions Council (Reg no: PH63251)Version 2

Rosie qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2001. Her practice has been based at four large London teaching hospitals including Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, King’s College Hospital and St George’s Hospital. She has specialised in neurology since 2007.  Within the NHS setting, she has led teams specialising in assessing and treating neurological conditions both at the time of onset and in the longer term within the rehab and community settings.

Rosie also works with a Neuro Intensive Care Unit and has a specialist interest in conditions involving respiratory problems.  She enjoys teaching individuals how to strengthen respiratory muscles, improve cough, and manage shortness of breath. In addition, she is experienced in providing expert assessment of tracheostomies including advice and training for carers.

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Isabel Cary

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (MCSP)
The Health and Care Professions Council (Reg no: PH60080)

Since qualifying with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Southampton University in image12001, Isabel has been fascinated by the brain and spinal cord and the impact of an injury or condition on a person’s life. She specialised in neurology in 2005 and has worked within St George’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since this time. She has experience in the acute setting at the point of diagnosis but her special interest is longer term rehabilitation for people living with the effects of a neurological event or long term condition. Her NHS practice is based at The Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre in Roehampton.

Isabel can provide expert assessment and treatment for people in their own homes and is experienced in working with adjuncts to therapy such as functional electrical stimulation (FES). In the NHS setting, she currently leads multidisciplinary spasticity and orthotics clinics so she can provide expert advice in these areas.

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