Life changing rehabilitation for adults and children

Neural Pathways is an independent, family-grown business providing life changing rehabilitation for people of all ages with complex neurological needs.

Having started as a two man band in 2003, we are now proud to be one of the UK’s national leading providers of high quality inter-professional neurological rehabilitation.

We build our reputation on our ability to identify an individual’s potential to change at any stage of their rehabilitation journey. We then deliver flexible and integrated therapy, building bespoke and sustainable rehabilitation around each individual according to their needs.

Our teams are community based, providing meaningful therapy wherever the person lives. We aim to work seamlessly across boundaries, working alongside the family, carers and the wider rehabilitation team, to ensure each person’s goals are realistic and solutions focused.

Therapy is provided by our award-winning and specialised team of:

– Occupational Therapists
– Physiotherapists
– Speech and Language Therapists
– Dietitians and
– Clinical Neuropsychologists

Supported by:

– An experienced team of Therapy Assistants
– Backed by our business and administration team.

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Our testimonials

“My experience of Neural Pathways: Rachel Lees, Gemma Stodart are: they are fantastic at engaging the client, they regularly assess, review and set client centred goals, they provide excellent updates and regularly review with all of the multidisciplinary team, and they are reliable and consistent throughout. Gail Archer: excellent at engaging the client and setting client centred goals, regularly updates and liaises with the multidisciplinary team" Claire B - BI Case Manager 

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Collaboration between Pop Up Gym & Neural Pathways helps expand a unique gym facility for people with disabilities across the North East

Neural Pathways staff & members of the Pop-Up Gym awaiting the arrival of Paralympian Stephen Miller As part of their ambition to transform rehabilitation for people with neurological disabilities living in the community, Neural Pathways are breaking new ground with…

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Read about our clients

Paul

Graham

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Brian

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Liam

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