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Rosie Tudor, Clinical Specialist in Neurology and Respiratory Physiotherapy

South London
SE27 0JF
07780 600 718

Rosie Tudor, BA, BSc, MSCP, HCPC

Chartered Physiotherapist

Rosie has worked as a qualified physiotherapist for over 16 years, during which time she has gained extensive experience as a neurophysiotherapist for a wide range of neurological conditions. Some examples include:

  • Stroke

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Head injury 

  • Peripheral neuropathies 

  • Motor Neurone Disease

  • Ataxia

  • Facial Palsy

  • Dizzyness

  • Brain Tumour

  • Disorders of Consciousness 

Her practice has been based at three different London teaching hospitals, and she has led teams specialising in assessing and managing conditions both at the time of onset and in the longer term.

She believes in providing an intuitive, personalised approach using hands-on therapy to improve flexibility, pain and movement.  She has expert skills in assessing difficulties with balance and dizzyness as well as treating a wide range of elderly disabilities and general mobility problems. 

Rosie also works with a Neuro Intensive Care Unit and has a specialist interest in conditions involving respiratory difficulties  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.

Rosie runs a private practice involving one-off or regular visits to people in their own homes.

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Hours: 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and weekends
Cardio-vascular / Respiratory, Home visits, Neurology inc Stroke, MS, Vestibular rehab (balance)
Payment options: 
Private

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