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Peartree Community Hub

Treatment Bespoke To You

We understand that everyone’s rehabilitation journey is unique. Our dedicated team of experienced specialist neuro therapists work closely with you to develop a customised treatment plan. Whether you are recovering from surgery, managing a chronic condition, or aiming to improve your overall physical function, our tailored approach ensures that your specific goals and needs are met.

We can help with a range of long-term & acute neurological conditions including:

 Functional Neurological Disorder (FND)

  • Anxiety, ADHD & Autism
  • Stroke
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Skeletal Conditions
  • Pain Management
  • Falls Prevention

All therapy takes place at our outpatient rehabilitation service in Itchen, Southampton. We are committed to helping you achieve your best possible outcome. Let us support you on your path to recovery with personalised care designed to put you on the first steps towards a healthier, more active life.

For Your Physiotherapy Needs.

Focused on enhancing your mobility, strength, and function. Our physiotherapists use a variety of techniques, including manual therapy and exercise programs to help you regain your physical capabilities and improve your quality of life. Check out our Physiotherapy page to find out more.

Face-to-face sessions with specialist neurological rehabilitation physiotherapists who can help with:

  • Personalised stretching & exercise programmes
  • Balance & mobility assessments
  • Postural & seating assessments
  • Functional rehabilitation
  • Mobility aid assessment & advice
  • Pilates, mindfulness & Yoga
  • Pain management & Muscular Skeletal

“We can also provide specialist neurological Speech & Language Therapy, Psychology and Rehabilitation Assistant Support.”

Because Wellbeing Matters

Designed to help you perform daily activities with greater ease and independence. Our occupational therapists assist you in developing the skills necessary to manage your daily tasks, from self-care, to work and leisure activities, ensuring that you can live life to the fullest. Our qualified neurological specialist OTs can help those with autism, ADHD, anxiety, depression & more with:

  • Vocational Rehabilitation

    Difficulties treated;

    • Fatigue
    • Cognitive challenges such as attention, memory, information processing, planning and organizing tasks/activities
    • Motivation
    • Mood/emotional challenges
    • Physical limitations
    • Environmental challenges

    Conditions could work with;

    • Neuro conditions
    • Mental health difficulties such as anxiety and depression
    • Autism spectrum disorder
    • ADHD
    • Spinal conditions
    • Dyslexia
  • Cognitive rehabilitation

    Cognitive Rehabilitation

    Occupational Therapists can work with individuals to assess and treat/provide management strategies for cognitive difficulties such as;

    • Memory
    • Orientation
    • Information processing difficulties
    • Problems with planning and organization
    • Difficulties problem solving
    • Attention difficulties

    You may be experiencing cognitive difficulties as a result of;

    • Brain injury
    • Dementia/Alzheimer’s
    • Learning difficulties
    • Mental health difficulties such as anxiety and depression

    Occupational Therapists can work with individuals to identify why they are experiencing cognitive challenges and why and provide rehab to improve cognitive functioning as well as looking at compensatory strategies to help reduce the impact of cognitive difficulties on day to day functioning. This enables people to still do the things they need and want to be able to do and maintain better quality of life and well-being.

  • Anxiety Management

    Occupational therapy can help people manage their anxiety, working with them to look at how it impacts them and their daily life and what their future goals are.

    Some of the ways in particular an Occupational Therapist can help;

    • Education – understanding what anxiety is, triggers, impact. Also looking at self-awareness skills, supporting people to identify and understand their own triggers, physiological reactions and how to manage these. Understanding and insight is a key first step in overcoming a problem.
    • Relaxation and mindfulness including breathing techniques and guided imagery/visualisation – these are looked at/taught/practiced to help manage and reduce the physiological and emotional effects of anxiety.
    • Daily routine and fatigue management – living with anxiety is exhausting. Occupational Therapists can help support with pacing and energy conservation strategies as well as supporting with techniques to gradually build stamina.
    • Graded exposure – this is used when there is a specific situation that directly causes anxiety levels to rise for example going into a busy supermarket. Occupational Therapists can work with individuals to gradually progress through smaller structured steps to be able to manage their anxiety when eventually facing that situation.
  • Fatigue Management
    • Extreme tiredness can be caused by illness, trauma and as a result of recovering from medical procedures. Sometimes there is no obvious cause.
    • Fatigue can be extremely debilitating and impact relationships, roles, responsibilities and quality of life/well-being.
    • Fatigue can also impact physical ability, exacerbating things such as reduced mobility and balance as well as pain experience and management.
    • OT’s can work with individual’s to firstly help identify causes and contributing factors of fatigue and then to look at ways of managing and improving energy, engagement and motivation.
  • Community Access
    • Can help with overcoming physical/cognitive/emotional challenges that hinder community access
    • Community access important in maintaining activities of daily living as well as quality of life/wellbeing and reducing social isolation.
    • Input may include;
      • Electric scooter/powered wheelchair assessments and use
      • Mobility aids in conjunction with PT colleagues
      • Cognitive skills in relation to community access – orientation, planning/organization, budgeting
      • Social skills in relation to community access
      • Emotional coping skills e.g. graded exposure
    • Conditions/difficulties may include;
      • Neuro
      • Learning difficulties
      • Autism spectrum disorder
      • ADHD
      • Mental health challenges
  • Upper Limb Rehabilitation
    • Upper limb function – strength, range of movement, dexterity/fine motor skills, co-ordination and sensory changes can be impacted by a variety of factors including neurological conditions and injury/accident.
    • OT’s can work with individuals to look at therapeutic exercises and activities to work on their upper limb challenges and improve function and independence. This may also look at the use of therapeutic adjuncts such as splints to help manage tone, positioning and reduce the risk of secondary changes, as well as aids/adaptations and compensatory strategies to improve independence in functioning in day to day tasks for example adapted cutlery for eating.
    • OT’s can also work with individuals to tailor stretching, range of movement and sensory programs.

Our Price List

Occupational Therapy Session

45 minutes of Occupational therapy

Physiotherapy Session

45 minutes of Physiotherapy

Pilates, Mindfulness & Yoga

£40 for a one to one session
£10 for a group session

Initial Assessment

Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy sessions require an initial assessment so we can identify your needs.

Would you like to contact our Outpatient Hub?

Contact us to schedule your initial assessment and discover how our tailored rehabilitation services can make a difference for you.

Please phone us on 075 1450 0216

Community Referral