About us

About us

About Us

Re-Enable provide multi-trauma outpatient rehabilitation for individuals that have sustained extensive orthopaedic and musculoskeletal trauma following RTAs or accidents at work and home.

Our experienced team can deliver a range of interventions within the specialities of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Pain Management and Psychological Therapy, along with access to hydrotherapy and personal training.

Through the process of assessment, treatment and management of acquired impairments and disabilities; with ongoing evaluation and support to the individual, family and carers, we can optimize the potential for physical, cognitive, social and psychological function, participation in society and quality of living.

We offer specifically designed, multidisciplinary rehabilitation programmes to meet the individual needs identified at assessment. This will be overseen by a dedicated Key Clinician who has the overall responsibility to deliver an integrated treatment package with the timely coordination of the recommended in-house specialities.

The Key Clinician will provide feed-back on progress and targeted goal setting with respect to the various employed specialities to the Case Manager, resulting in a reduced workload chasing separate providers.

24


Wilkinson St
  • Re-Enable Physiotherapy Treatment Room
  • Re-Enable Facility Entrance

OUR THERAPISTS

At Re Enable our Therapists are;
HCPC registered & have enhanced DBS clearance.
Experts in their field with significant post graduate experience & Members of their Professional Organisations

We have a strong in-house education and CPD programme, offering our clinicians opportunities to extend their knowledge and skill set. The research and evidence based approach to clinical reasoning, along with outcomes measures allows us to validate the effectiveness of our interventions. We pride ourselves in using only the most recent research as an evidence base to underpin our philosophy to rehabilitation.


Rob Leckie MSc, BSc (Hons), BPhEd, Dip Teach

Rob graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy in 1995. He then went on to complete a MSc in Sports Injury and Rehabilitation in 2001 and has worked for 22 years in the musculoskeletal and orthopaedic fields. He gained experience in the NHS in elective and trauma orthopaedics before moving into private practice. His previous background as a secondary school teacher and degree in physical education has enabled him to acquire excellent communication skills which is essential for the facilitation of a successful rehabilitation process.

He has previously worked in close collaboration with consultant orthopaedic surgeons in a multidisciplinary clinic and has been a guest lecturer on the University of Sheffield MSc Sports Medicine course, teaching physiotherapists, sports scientists and doctors orthopaedic assessment techniques.

He has also worked as a Spinal ESP within a collaborative clinic with a Neurosurgeon, triaging complex spinal cases and referring for conservative management, MRI, spinal injections and surgical consultation as indicated.

Rob strongly believes in quality manual therapy and exercise based functional rehabilitation along with building trust and relationships with his clients to achieve the optimal outcome.

Sarah Rodgers BSc (Hons) & Accredited Hand Therapist with the British Association of Hand Therapist (BAHT)

Sarah qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1998 and has a wide range of clinical experience in major trauma - orthopaedics and plastic surgery, musculoskeletal injury, occupational health, and has a specialist interest in upper limb injuries including hand and wrist.

Sarah has over the years she has gained particular expertise in the assessment and rehabilitation of upper limb injuries. In 2016 Sarah qualified as an Accredited Hand Therapist.

Sarah is experienced in vocational assessments, providing functional capacity evaluation, workplace assessment, case management and evaluation and advice to facilitate return to work and maintenance at work for people with orthopaedic, musculoskeletal and plastic surgery. Sarah continues to carry a caseload both in the NHS and also privately and has many years of experience working both with insurers, solicitors and case managers.

Nicki Noden MSc, BSc (Hons)

Nicki is an Occupational Therapist who has focused her career in the assessment and treatment of upper limb rehabilitation and vocational rehabilitation. Nicki has worked as an Occupational Therapist since 1984 and has an MSc. in Hand Therapy. She has extensive experience in the treatment of upper limb trauma including orthopaedics, burns and plastic surgery, musculoskeletal injury and occupational related disorders. Nicki’s also has experiences undertaking ergonomic and workplace assessments using functional capacity evaluations relating to trauma and work-related injuries.

Nicki has an understanding of both the NHS working at a Major Trauma Centre, and in private practice as and with case managers and solicitors.



24


Wilkinson St
  • Re-Enable Physiotherapy Treatment Room
  • Re-Enable Facility Entrance

OUR THERAPISTS

At Re Enable our Therapists are;
HCPC registered & Have enhanced DBS clearance.
Experts in their field with significant post graduate experience & Members of their Professional Organisations

We have a strong in-house education and CPD programme, offering our clinicians opportunities to extend their knowledge and skill set. The research and evidence based approach to clinical reasoning, along with outcomes measures allows us to validate the effectiveness of our interventions. We pride ourselves in using only the most recent research as an evidence base to underpin our philosophy to rehabilitation.


Rob Leckie MSc, BSc (Hons), BPhEd, Dip Teach

Rob graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy in 1995. He then went on to complete a MSc in Sports Injury and Rehabilitation in 2001 and has worked for 22 years in the musculoskeletal and orthopaedic fields. He gained experience in the NHS in elective and trauma orthopaedics before moving into private practice. His previous background as a secondary school teacher and degree in physical education has enabled him to acquire excellent communication skills which is essential for the facilitation of a successful rehabilitation process.

He has previously worked in close collaboration with consultant orthopaedic surgeons in a multidisciplinary clinic and been a guest lecturer on the University of Sheffield MSc Sports Medicine course, teaching physiotherapists, sports scientists and doctors orthopaedic assessment techniques.

He has also worked as a Spinal ESP within a collaborative clinic with a Neurosurgeon, triaging complex spinal cases and referring for conservative management, MRI, spinal injections and surgical consultation as indicated.

Rob strongly believes in quality manual therapy and exercise based functional rehabilitation along with building trust and relationships with his clients to achieve the optimal outcome.

Sarah Rodgers BSc (Hons), Accredited Hand Therapist

Sarah qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1998 and has a wide range of clinical experience in major trauma - orthopaedics and plastic surgery, musculoskeletal injury, occupational health, and has a specialist interest in upper limb injuries including hand and wrist.

Sarah has over the years she has gained particular expertise in the assessment and rehabilitation of upper limb injuries. In 2016 Sarah qualified as an Accredited Hand Therapist.

Sarah is experienced in vocational assessments, providing functional capacity evaluation, workplace assessment, case management and evaluation and advice to facilitate return to work and maintenance at work for people with orthopaedic, musculoskeletal and plastic surgery. Sarah continues to carry a caseload both in the NHS and also privately and has many years of experience working both with insurers, solicitors and case managers.

Nicki Noden MSc, BSc (Hons)

Nicki is an Occupational Therapist who has focused her career in the assessment and treatment of upper limb rehabilitation and vocational rehabilitation. Nicki has worked as an Occupational Therapist since 1984 and has an MSc. in Hand Therapy. She has extensive experience in the treatment of upper limb trauma including orthopaedics, burns and plastic surgery, musculoskeletal injury and occupational related disorders. Nicki’s also has experiences undertaking ergonomic and workplace assessments using functional capacity evaluations relating to trauma and work-related injuries.

Nicki has an understanding of both the NHS working at a Major Trauma Centre, and in private practice as and with case managers and solicitors.



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