Our Team

"At Remedy Healthcare, we believe that rehabilitation is a team event"

Remedy Healthcare UK is a team of highly motivated and experienced clinicians who share a passion for rehabilitation. We have all worked within multi-disciplinary teams delivering complex musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation, including at the world renowned military centre at Headley Court. 

   Our core team includes the following disciplines:
  • Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Physiotherapist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Exercise Rehabilitation Instructor
  • Clinical Psychologist
Additional to our core team, we have a group of experienced clinicians who specialise within the areas of prosthetics, orthotics, pain management, health and well-being, mTBI (mild traumatic brain injury), neuropsychology and burns & plastics.

Meet The Team

Dr Ian McCurdie

Allyson Ballard

Helen Saunders

Sam Shotton

Fiona Douglass

Susan Brook

Clare Triggs

Adele Wingrave

Anna Cue

Sarah Hughes

Emma Farquharson

Sharon Daniels

Trish Chipman

Mickila O'Boyle

Dr Jason Spendelow

Catherine Cornwell

Rebecca Lucas

Jack Macrae

Dr Karren Towgood

Clare Williams

Melissa Hancock

Dr Matthew Beadman

Adam Harvey

Our Multi-Disciplinary Team includes:
Rehabilitation Medicine 

A consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine is a specialist in the assessment and management of individuals

suffering from injury or illness. The consultant's role is to identify the full range of a person's rehabilitation

needs and to plan and coordinate the delivery of a diverse team of clinicians to achieve an optimum

outcome. A commonly used analogy is the role of a musical conductor in bringing together the diverse

sounds of individual instruments to produce a beautiful piece of classical music.

Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists are concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by working with people and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to, or are expected to do, or by modifying the occupation or the environment to better support their occupational engagement.
Physiotherapists assess physical function and performance in every day, occupational and leisure time tasks and help to restore movement and function to as near normal as possible following an injury.
Exercise Rehabilitation Instructors (ERI)
ERI's deliver exercise-based rehabilitation and lead either groups or individuals in their rehabilitation.
ERI's design and teach Individual Exercise Programmes that include all elements of exercise rehabilitation,
including strength, stretching, endurance, stability, postural, cardio-respiratory and functional movements.
ERI’s are central to the military model of rehabilitation.
Clinical Psychology
Psychologists are able to assess and manage an individual’s mental health, helping them to recover from the psychological impact of a serious injury. Psychological issues can often become significant barriers to progress in rehabilitation - as such, every rehabilitation programme will have at least some psychology input.
Health & Wellbeing 
Mindfulness and relaxation are valuable techniques that help individuals through their rehabilitation and provide useful strategies for improving their overall quality of life.
Adaptive Yoga and Pilates
Recovery and relaxation are integral components of any rehabilitation programme. Remedy
programmes include Yoga and Pilates (from beginner to advanced level to suit the client's previous
experience and ability) to complement the exercise-based activities and psychology input.

Remedy Healthcare Ltd

~ A Fresh Approach to Rehabilitation ~

Company Number 10827735