Mental Health / Neuro Physiotherapist

Neuro Mental Health
Band 6
Hertfordshire, Beds and Herts
Up to £16800 per annum + negotiable/ Competitive

Mental Health / Neuro Physiotherapist

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JustPhysio are looking for a P/T Physiotherapist for their client in Hertfordshire

Band 6 Physiotherapist
Part Time- 15 hours per week
Salary £16,800
Start ASAP
Our client is looking for a Physiotherapist to join their team .
Main Purpose-
To manage patients with complex neurological needs using evidenced based and patient centred principles to assess, plan, implement and evaluate intervention
1. Receives and responds promptly to referrals undertaking patient assessments to identify and prioritise patient needs before planning and delivering the appropriate and relevant interventions either on an individual or group basis. Maintains accurate and timely records detailing each patient's rehabilitation / progress
2.Maintains and develops close working relationships with other professionals within the multidisciplinary team, to ensuring that clinical practice is in line with Priory policies and procedures and comply with statutory regulations and quality standards.
3. Maintain effective communication links with patients, relatives, carers and purchasers throughout the patient's rehabilitation.
4.Manages and co-ordinates the implementation of individual physiotherapy plans ensuring treatments, activities and interventions are delivered through effective application and communication.
5.Regularly reviews the service to adjust to the demand of the service.
6.Ensures patients are receiving a service that is value for their money and objectives are being met to help the success of the unit.
Educated to degree level with the CSP accreditation and HPC registration.
The role holder will require experience, including some within a neurorehabilitation.
Working to short-term objectives, the role holder generally operates within existing processes and procedures. The role holder has autonomy and authority for day to day clinical decisions.
The majority of situations involve the application of acquired knowledge based upon previous intervention experience. The role holder has to balance conflicting operational demands, which may require adaptive thinking and some creative problem solving.
This role is focused upon regularly developing and maintaining productive relationships with patients through effective communication, coaching and counselling techniques and highly developed interpersonal skills.
The problems faced by patients frequently present challenging situations, which may increase the physical, sensory and/or emotional demands of the role.
If you would like to cat about this great opportunity, please email or call Alison on 0207 045 3327

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