Bex Robinson BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP, HCPC
Associate Neurological Physiotherapist
Bex is a dedicated Physiotherapist qualifying from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2006. Bex joined the Plymouth Neurophysio team as an Associate Physio in 2016.
After graduating, Bex's clinical experience was initially in Paediatric hospice care, continuing health care respiratory team and community Palliative care. She went onto to develop a desire to continue her work with Paediatrics and young adults with life limiting illness and severe and complex neurological disabilities. Bex then went on to work with a Paediatric/young adults case load at a Charitable organisation. The children and young adults presented with a variety of learning and physical disabilities.
Bex has developed both personally and professionally into a holistic practitioner with a strong child/young adult centred as well as a family centred philosophy of care. She believes in a holistic approach to a young person’s care and works closely communicating effectively in multi-professional environments working alongside OT, SLT, teachers nursing and care staff to provide the best possible overall care. She has an effective and positive relationship working jointly with Orthopaedic and Spinal Consultants, Rehabilitation Medicine Consultants, Orthotics and wheelchair services.
Since qualifying, Bex has undergone a wide range of training and has experience in Hydrotherapy, Rebound Therapy, Postural Care, Spasticity Management, Sensory Integration, moving and handling and Respiratory support. She also has knowledge and experience with equipment such as sleep systems, walking aides, Standing frames and bikes. Training in these areas are also then delivered to family and staff members involved in a young person’s care. She believes in a strong link and providing good channels of communication with the family and providing fun and motivating therapy sessions for her clients. She has recently completed a Foundation course in Acupuncture for pain management, measuring for lycra splinting and more recently a course in Myofascial Release Techniques.