Suzanne Makowski Hoyle

Dip OT


  • Orthopaedic injuries including upper and lower limb amputations and limb weakness.
  • Joint replacements (hip and knee) and conditions affecting the joints (arthritis).
  • Spinal fractures.
  • Cauda Equina
  • Neurological conditions (including stroke, MS, MND and Parkinson’s disease).
  • Chronic pain.
  • Cancer
  • Terminal illnesses and palliative care.
  • Internal injuries, including bladder, bowel and stoma care.
  • Moving and handling assessments.
  • Associated mild brain injury.
  • Associated psychological, mental health and cognitive difficulties.
  • Associated visual and hearing impairment or loss.

Clinical Currency Statement

As at May 2022, I am engaged in the role of Community Therapies Clinical Specialist Occupational Therapist for an average of 60 hours per month. I also work as a Bank Occupational Therapist for an average of 30 hours per month.


Specific Injuries Experience

Employment Profile

Qualifications and Membership

  • Diploma from The College of Occupational Therapists, 1991.
  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Certificate in Orthopaedic upper limb and lower limb functional fracture bracing.
  • Certificate in British Association of Hand Therapists Level 1.
  • Certificate in Bobath Normal Movement.
  • Certificate in Supervisory Management.
  • Certificate in Upper limb function and recovery in patients with neurological dysfunction.

Career History

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