Case Managers


Case Manager – MCSP, SRP

Amputees, Brain Injury and Cerebral Palsy
Adolescents 16 – 25 years

South Central England

Julie qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1982 and has expertise in trauma, brain injury and neurological conditions.  Working with adults and children in the NHS and private sectors in both clinical and community settings. 

Julie has worked as a Case Manager since 2016, specialising in paediatric amputees, brain injury and cerebral palsy.  Julie is experienced in the specialist assessment and planning interventions for clients with multi-pathology and complex presentation to ensure they receive the services that they are entitled to and achieve their maximum level of independence and function.

Julie has vast experience working within a multidisciplinary team to ensure that clients gain the most appropriate support and guidance which allows for a successful rehabilitation programme to be implemented.  Julie has organised, co-ordinated and managed packages of care and is able to be flexible and adaptable to meet the individual needs of the client.

Julie is an excellent communicator and can build strong supportive therapeutic relationships with clients, carers, families, and other health professionals.  Julie is sensitive to the needs of her clients and their families as they adjust to their potentially life-changing injuries.

Julie volunteers as a British Para-Swimming and International Paralympic Committee Medical Classifier. Julie is responsible for assessing athletes of all ages with a variety of neurological conditions as well as those with limb deficiency and impaired range of movement.  Julie became an International Swimming Classification Educator in 2017 and contributes to new Classifier training in the UK and abroad. 

Julie carries out thorough client centred holistic assessments ensuring a goal centred approach to support clients in their rehabilitation management.  She is committed to maintaining high standards of professional care by keeping up to date with Best Practice and Continuous Professional Development.


Qualifications and Memberships

  • Diploma of Physiotherapy
  • Member of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Member of Case Management Society UK (CMSUK)


Career History

Integrated Case Management, July 2022 – Present
Case Manager

Bush & Company Rehabilitation, June 2016 – July 2022
Associate Case Manager 

Solent NHS Trust, May 2014 to December 2016
Band 7 Community Paediatric Physiotherapist

Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, May 1997 to May 2014   
Band 7 Community Paediatric Physiotherapist

Pinner Road Physiotherapy (Physiolink), January 1992 – April 1997
Private Domiciliary Physiotherapist                                        

Hillingdon Health Authority, October 1989 – February 1991
Senior 1 Community Paediatric Physiotherapist

Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow
Senior 1 Community Paediatric Physiotherapist, Mar 1988 – Sept 1989
Senior 2 Community Paediatric Physiotherapist, Jan 1986 – Feb 1988

Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, March – July 1985
Locum Senior 2 Physiotherapist in Adult Neurology Outpatients

Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, April 1984 – December 1985
Rotational Junior Physiotherapist

Royal Northern Hospital, Holloway, London, January 1983 – March 1984
Junior Physiotherapist (rotation)

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