Elizabeth Alton NeuroPhysio

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Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays
Avenue Park Road, London SE27 9BT
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51.439343, -0.1048843

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Home visits, Neurology inc Stroke, MS, Oncology and palliative care, Vestibular rehab (balance)

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Elizabeth Alton NeuroPhysio

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Elizabeth Alton.  Highly Specialised Neuro Physiotherapist

Elizabeth qualified with a Bsc in Physiotherapy (1st class honours) in 2007 and specialised in neurology in 2010.  Working as a senior neurophysiotherapist at Kings College Hospital between 2010 and 2014 Elizabeth developed expert assessment and treatment skills to manage a broad range of neurological conditions within acute inpatient and outpatient rehab.  In 2014 she took up a clinical lead role with Guy's and St Thomas' NHS trust providing rehab for people recently discharged from hospital after experiencing a stroke.  She also ran a gym based exercise group for a wide range of neurological conditions in partnership with a local leisure centre.

Elizabeth is able to provide individually tailored rehab to those with neurological conditions.  She has a special interest in physical exercise and enabling an active lifestyle for people with neurological conditions, aiming to provide clients with the tools to be able to continue to use new skills learnt and maintain mobility.  She enjoys working with people from all ages, abilities, cultures and walks of life.

Conditions treated:

  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Brain injury
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Guillian Barre syndrome
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Facial weakness
  • Functional Neurological conditions
  • Vestibular disorders (including BPPV)

Services provided:

  • neuro physiotherapy assessment and treatment for people in their own home, care/residential home, local gym, work place
  • adjuncts to therapy such as FES (functional electrical stimulation)
  • balance rehabilitation
  • gait (walking) rehabilitation 
  • applied Pilates in neurological conditions
  • work with carers to formulate exercise, stretching and positioning programmes