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Physiotherapy

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Special thanks go to the Morrisons Foundation for funding some of our key physiotherapy equipment.

We have a limited number of places available on our bursary funded Physiotherapy+ Programme and SDR Physiotherapy+ Programme.

Find out more about our Physiotherapy+ Programme

Find out more about our SDR Physiotherapy+ Programme

Regular physiotherapy encourages movement and balance, helping to strengthen muscles and joints and reinforces stability and positioning.  Our physiotherapy utilises evidence-based task training to provide fun and motivating repetition in order to get the task practice to improve motor functions such as walking.

Types of physiotherapy intervention available at CPotential:

  • Spider therapy (suspension therapy)
  • Galileo vibration plate, dumbbell and tilt table
  • LiteGait
  • Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)
  • Intensive rehabilitation blocks
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Suit therapy with both Mollii and Therasuit
  • Task training
  • Weekly or monthly sessions
  • Virtual/ Remote sessions.

Who is Physiotherapy suitable for?

Babies and children aged from 0 to 18 years old with a primary movement disorder, due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, global development delay or other neurological disorders. If you are uncertain if we can help you or your child, please do still get in touch.

How can Physiotherapy help my child?

We will tailor the best physiotherapy package for you and your child, which will help to boost confidence and improve independence.  Whilst providing education to you as the parents or carers on how you can further increase the effectiveness of our sessions whilst away from our centre. With your consent, we also liaise with all other professionals involved with your care to ensure collaborative goals and the best outcomes for your family.

How much is Physiotherapy?

We believe that no child or young person should go without treatment due to financial circumstances.

As a not-for-profit organisation, CPotential is committed to fundraising for bursary support so we can provide the very best tailored integrated rehabilitation programmes for children and young people with movement disorders, at a vastly reduced rate.

Across our core suite of services, our prices range from £0 to £100 per session, depending on personal circumstances, bursary programme availability and eligibility criteria.

There is a one-off fee of £20 for an initial assessment to access all CPotential services.

How do I book a Physiotherapy session?

Please complete our form below and we’ll be in touch soon to arrange an initial assessment.

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