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Kim Wilson BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP, ACPIN

Kim started off life in the NHS over 20 years ago as a rehabilitation assistant for one of the first community rehabilitation teams in the UK before graduating as a qualified physiotherapist in 2002 from the University of Hertfordshire. She quickly specialised in neurology after completing all her core rotations, following her passion for rehabilitation. She has experience throughout the care pathway from acute hospital care, rehabilitation units and long term rehabilitation in the community. She has worked amongst many specialist teams at Harrowlands (Dorking), Brain Injury Centre, Queen Elizabeth Foundation (Banstead), National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (London) and for 8 years as Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist at the Bradley unit (Woking). This role included being the physiotherapy injector with Botulinum Toxin for the Spasticity Management clinic working alongside Rehabilitation Consultants.

She utilises a wide range of skills to promote a goal-orientated approach to rehabilitation, these include the Bobath Concept, functional strength training, splinting and postural management. Following studying at MSc level Kim is passionate about supporting people to find their own positive journey through rehabilitation and empowering them to achieve their own goals. This is through exercise prescription, supported practise and peer support. Kim has also lectured at under-graduate and post-graduate level. She is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists interested in Neurology (ACPIN), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and registered with the Health Care Professional Council (HCPC).

Kim set up Surrey Hills Rehab Ltd in 2017 after leaving the NHS to focus on providing a service in her local community.

Eliza Wheeler BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP

Eliza qualified as a physiotherapist in 2007 gaining a 1st class honours BSc from Bristol UWE. After working as a physiotherapist in a broad range of areas she developed a special interest and passion for neurological rehabilitation. Between 2012 and 2014 she worked as a Senior Physiotherapist for The Robertson Unit – a Neurological Rehabilitation unit in North West London.

Eliza became interested in Pilates when working with a physiotherapist who specialised in Women’s Health and realised that the benefits of this type of exercise would be transferable throughout physiotherapy practice and in particular for people with Neurological impairments.

Eliza trained with the world-renowned APPI (Austrailian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) in 2013 and continues to attend their courses to update and extend her practice.

Eliza is excited to be able to offer one-to-one and group Pilates sessions at Surrey Hills Rehab, combining her passions for Neurological rehabilitation and Pilates. As a specialist physiotherapist she is able to adapt the exercises to the individual needs of the client and strives to provide every person with a sense of achievement and positive outlook when they leave the session.

Eliza is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and the Health Care Professional Council (HCPC).

Marianna Osbourne BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP

Marianna leads our NeuroPilates sessions but also utilises her specialist skills and experience in Hand Therapy. This has been a great adjunct to the team providing expert opinion on Upper Limb Rehabilitation

Sue Mobbs BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP

Sue is a highly specialist physiotherapist with 20 years experience in working with children and young people with neurodisability. She has experience in working with all levels of disability, within the NHS and private sector. She has a special interest in working with people with movement disorders, Cerebral Palsy and Acquired Brain Injury.

Sue’s most recent post was at The Children’s Trust at Tadworth Paediatric Neuro-rehabilitation unit where she was their clinical specialist physiotherapist for the last 12 years.

Sue works part time with the team, sharing her role across Learning Disabilities in the NHS.

Sue provides personalised physiotherapy treatments with an emphasis on achieving functional goals in a fun and motivating environment. These can be through home visits or at the studio in Smithbrook Kilns