- Spinal cord injury.
- Respiratory conditions and complications.
- Cauda Equina.
- Complex orthopaedic injury.
- Lower limb amputation.
- Pressure sores.
- Associated pain.
Clinical Currency Statement
As at June 2020, I am engaged in the role of Clinical Case Manager for Tania Brown Ltd for an average of 100 hours per month.
Specific Injuries Experience
Jo has a wealth of experience in the rehabilitation field. She has worked with clients with complex needs in the NHS and now manages the needs of clients in the community as a Case Manager.
She is competent in providing training for care staff involved in complex manual handling tasks, particularly those with complex spinal cord injuries or Cauda Equina symptoms. Spinal cord injury is her passion and she is current clinical lead for this specialism in her Case Management Team.
Jo has extensive skills in managing the complexities of respiratory conditions and issues resulting from trauma injury. She has experience working on the A&E front line as well as in the community, co-ordinating the long-term needs of this client group.
Jo has significant knowledge in treating orthopaedic, amputee and other complex trauma injuries. She has also transferred her experience of spinal cord injuries to working with those who have limited hand function following injury.
Jo qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2004 and has worked in varying roles within the NHS, culminating in her move to independent practice and Case Management in 2017. Jo has subsequently been nominated for CMSUK Case Manager of the Year for work with one of her significant spinal cord injury cases.
Initially, Jo began working in acute care and community rotations, before specialising in respiratory and spinal cord injuries at the Yorkshire/Pinderfields Spinal Cord Injury Unit in Wakefield. She developed core skills in managing clients with complex respiratory issues stemming from high ASIA score spinal cord injuries. After spending 3 years in this post Jo became a Clinical Lead at the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary covering ITU, Respiratory, Vascular/Amputee Surgery and Critical Care wards. She was responsible for the discharge of clients into the community and ensuring their safety and wellbeing at home. During this time Jo also worked with a number of clients in the community specifically using her respiratory and spinal cord injury expertise.
In 2017 Jo began work with Corpore Case Management in a full-time capacity. She was appointed clinical lead for spinal cord injury across the north of England and Scotland and has carried a significant caseload of clients with these injuries. She has experience in co-ordinating care, equipment and housing needs and has also developed skills and acquired accredited training as a Functional Capacity Assessor.
Qualifications and Membership
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, (2004).
- Level 4/5 Hydrotherapy treatment, (2005).
- British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM).
- Member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
- Foundation PG course in Respiratory Emergency Treatment and Ventilation (2005).
- PG Course in Orthopaedic Medicine, Mobilisation and Manipulation (2006).
- BOBATH Level 1 & 2 (2008).
- PG Cert Early Rehabilitation Medicine (2011).
- Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation, Obair Training (2017).
- Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
- Case Management Society UK (CMSUK).
Jacqueline Webb & Co Ltd
Senior Clinical Case Manager
Rehabilitation Case Manager and Functional Capacity Assessor
Disability Functional Assessor
Clinical Lead – Therapies
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary
Physiotherapy Lead – Respiratory (covering Yorkshire Spinal Cord Injuries Unit)
Pinderfields General Hospital
Dewsbury NHS Community Team
Boston Pilgrim Hospital
- York Respiratory Course for Respiratory Physiotherapy in Spinal Cord Injuries.