Nia Rees

Nia is a Physiotherapist who has a special interest in neurological conditions such as stroke, MS, Parkinson‘s disease, Guillian Barre and brain injuries as well as general mobility issues and falls. Nia graduated as a Physiotherapist from Cardiff University in 2007 and completed her Masters at Cardiff in 2017. Nia currently works for the NHS as well as lectures on the Physiotherapy Programme at Cardiff University. Nia is passionate about getting patients who are living with a neurological condition to their best possible potential with rehabilitation whilst looking at improving quality of life for all involved.

Personal Profile:

Nia is a keen traveller, loves to hike and enjoys dabbling in different sports to keep fit and healthy.

Qualifications:


Masters Degree Advanced Practice - Cardiff University (2017)
Honours Degree Physiotherapy - Cardiff University (2007)
Post Graduate Qualification: Foundation Bobath Training (2009-2010)


Employment History:


Physiotherapist ‐ Hywel Dda Health Board (2007‐2009)
Senior Physiotherapist ‐ Cwm Taf University Health Board (2009‐2015)
Neurological Rehabilitation Physiotherapist ‐ Cwm Taf University Health Board (2015‐Present)
Volunteer Physiotherapist in Asia ‐ neurological clinics, disability sports, orphanages, leprosy (2017)
Neurological Physiotherapist ‐ The IPS (2018‐present)


Membership:


HCPC - Health Care Professions Council
ACPIN - Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology

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