Kate Meads Associates Ltd
Kate Meads Associates is a multi-disciplinary consultancy providing occupational therapy and physiotherapy services across the UK in a variety of clinical, private, corporate and public sectors.
Our occupational therapists work in many areas of physical, mental and developmental health, using evidence based practices to establish and implement realistic, achievable and sustainable goals ensuring that a positive outcome is reached. We maintain a person-centred recovery-focused approach and specialise in:-
- Mental Health Disorders
- Physical Rehabilitation
- Learning Disabilities
- Vocational Rehabilitation
Our physiotherapists aim to help people with injury, illness or disability using a variety of therapies to facilitate recovery enabling people to remain at work and/or independent for as long as possible. Our physiotherapists use a combined approach to treat a variety of injuries and conditions including musculoskeletal pain and injury as well as addressing imbalances within the body, post-surgery rehabilitation and the management of chronic conditions.
We work with individuals, large and small corporate companies, insurance companies, local health services, education authorities, schools, GPs, residential and nursing homes, charities and voluntary agencies.
Training, qualifications & experience
Kate Meads has 23 years clinical experience working with children, families, education and adults across a range of settings. In addition to her Dip COT qualification as an occupational therapist, Kate has an MClin Ed in Clinical Education, and has extensive post-graduate training including mental health, education, complex traumatic injury, neurological disorders and chronic pain.
We ensure all our consultants are qualified with relevant experience.
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We offer a comprehensive range of assessments and intervention charges dependant on the needs of individual clients. We will suggest the most appropriate with full details of charges following discussion with the individual.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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