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Meet Lisa Rogers

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Lisa Rogers created this service when she realised the value of home-based physiotherapy for babies and children.

Living in the UK since 2002, Lisa is a member of the Health and Care Professions Council, Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists and the British Association of Bobath Trained Therapists.

Lisa completed an honours degree in Physiotherapy in 2000 and has worked exclusively with children of all ages (from new-born and premature babies to children of 16 years) since 2005.

She now offers treatment of children, using Neuro-developmental therapy (Bobath), Infant Massage and her knowledge of sensory processing difficulties in children.

Lisa is passionate about early intervention and the assessment of infants. She loves teaching parents handling and play techniques to stimulate their baby’s development and optimise their wellbeing.

She also offers advice on play, positioning, and promoting healthy sleep patterns.



Meet Anna Ormrod

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Anna Ormrod qualified at the University of South Australia in 2006.

She currently works part time for Physio Baby and also at Anna Ormrod Childrens’ Physiotherapy, a few other private clinics and has had NHS experience.

Anna loves treating and assessing babies and younger children in particular. Her main experience is in the fields of Neurodisability, development and coordination difficulties.

Anna’s favourite part about working with children is enabling them to be as functional as possible and participate in activities that are meaningful for them and their families.



Meet Francesca Harrison

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Frankie qualified at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2011.

She works part time for Physio Baby and also at St Mary’s Hospital, part of the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

Frankie loves treating and assessing children of all ages, with a particular interest in babies, toddlers and primary school-age children. Her main experience is in the fields of school-age development- and growth-related problems and acute respiratory and orthopaedic conditions.

Frankie's favourite part about working with children is the enthusiasm and joy children inject into their sessions, which never fails to be contagious.



Meet Lize de Villiers

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Lize qualified at the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2012.

She works part time for Physio Baby and also at the Bupa Cromwell hospital. Lize loves treating and assessing children of all ages.

Her main experience is in the fields of developmental delay, neurological conditions, musculoskeletal injuries and hypermobility. Lize's favourite part about working with children is allowing them to learn through play so that they can reach their full potential, both physically and mentally.





Meet Madeline Thompsett

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Maddie qualified at the University of Nottingham in 2017.

She works part time for Physio Baby and also at St Marys Hospital on Children’s Intensive Care and General Children’s Wards.

Maddie loves treating and assessing children of all ages with a special interest in babies, toddlers and younger children. Her main experience is in the fields of children with respiratory conditions, developmental delay, musculoskeletal problems and helping to manage complex needs. Her favourite part about working with children is seeing the enjoyment families get with improvement in over all function, as well as making exercise and treatment super fun!


For further information on treatments offered, or for any other enquiries feel free to contact us on 07729 203 231 or email us at physiobabyoffice@gmail.com.

Children's Physiotherapy Treatments

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Initial Assessment

Thorough assessments for preterm and newborn babies regarding development; head shape or head turning preference; sleep and colic; chesty coughs.

Neuro Developmental, Respiratory and Musculoskeletal Assessments for all children up to 16 years.

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Follow-up Treatments

  1. 1) Bobath and Neuro Developmental Therapy
  2. 2) Chest physiotherapy
  3. 3) Neurological Rehabilitation
  4. 4) Joint Hypermobility
  5. 5) Torticollis and Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome)
  6. 6) Musculoskeletal injury
  7. 7) Developmental Coordination Disorder
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Newborn & Infant Advice

Learn how to handle and stimulate your baby to boost their development and optimise achievement.

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Virtual Sessions:

Contact us to request a physiotherapy session via Skype, FaceTime or Zoom media.

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