- Trauma and orthopaedics, including complex fractures, poly-trauma and spinal injury.
- Lower limb amputations.
- Joint replacements.
- Chronic pain.
- Mild to moderate brain injury and cognitive impairment.
- Psychological issues relating to trauma, such as PTSD and Adjustment Disorder.
- Physiotherapy reports for musculoskeletal injuries.
- Associated balance and vestibular issues.
- Associated hearing and visual impairment.
- Associated respiratory.
- Associated internal injuries (bladder and bowel).
- Associated spinal cord injury and pressure sores.
Clinical Currency Statement
As at March 2021, I am engaged in the role of Case Manager for Brownbill Associates for an average of 80 hours per month.
Specific Injuries Experience
Beccy has significant experience working as a Case Manager in the UK, and as Case Co-ordinator in Canada. In these roles, she has worked with many people suffering from traumatic orthopaedic and multi-trauma injuries, often with psychological injuries in addition.
As a Case Co-ordinator at a rehabilitation centre, she worked with clients with a wide range of severe orthopaedic injuries, including clients who had undergone lower limb amputations, and identified opportunities for their safe discharge home and return to work.
As a Case Manager, Beccy also regularly provides support to clients with traumatic brain injury resulting in memory problems, lack of insight awareness and cognitive impairment among other things.
Beccy has worked as a Case Manager in the UK since 2011, supporting clients with a wide range of catastrophic injuries. She currently supports clients with complex orthopaedic injuries, lower limb amputations, and brain injuries. She is responsible for co-ordinating the complete package of rehabilitation, care, aids and equipment and housing requirements for her clients. This involves drawing on a multitude of other clinical professionals to support her plans. She has direct influence on the recommendation and implementation of personal care and personal support through both directly employed and agency care. She is a competent report writer and has experience of producing a number of Case Management reports to include costings for care and rehabilitation.
Beccy previously held a similar role as Case Co-ordinator whilst working in Canada. During her time in Canada, Beccy worked specifically with clients who sustained workplace injuries and those involved in road traffic accidents, focusing on returning them to normal home and work life. She also developed skills in balance and vestibular therapies which were more widely used in Canada.
Beccy qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2004 with a first-class degree and completed rotations before working in outpatient physiotherapy, outreaching into the community to ensure independence and support at home.
Qualifications and Membership
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy , First Class, University of the West of England (2004).
- Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).
- British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers – Advanced Member (BABICM).
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