Covid-19 Update – 21st July 2020

Osiris Health is working hard to support its clients and their families during this difficult time of ‘social distancing’ and keeping well.  We want to reassure everyone families and professionals alike that we are here providing vital support to those affected by acquired brain injury.  Like many organisations we have adapted our service in order…

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Recruiting Neurological Adult Physiotherapists and Paediatric Physiotherapists

North West England.   Neurological Adult Physiotherapists and Paediatric Physiotherapists required. Osiris Health and our sister practice PSP are recruiting neurological physiotherapists to contribute to our thriving and expanding multi disciplinary community practice.  Based at home, flexible working hours, great pay and excellent CPD opportunities will be available for the right candidate. Full time & part time…

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Covid-19 Update – 28th May 2020

Following the easing of some lockdown restrictions in England over recent weeks, we have taken the decision to update our recommendations for rehabilitation. The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy has highlighted the need for essential rehabilitation services to be maintained as much as possible to minimise negative impact on patients who are recovering from serious injury…

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Our Coronavirus Response

The safety and wellbeing of our clients, colleagues and communities is our number one priority. We are monitoring information from the relevant authorities about coronavirus and acting and planning appropriately. Our clinicians and administration team are  working remotely and making use of technology to ensure there is no disruption to our clients. We will update…

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Year of Sharing Knowledge Starts with International Course

The Osiris Health team has started a year of knowledge sharing with an international course with attendees from over 10 countries. Our team, led by clinical directors Pete Sanderson and Paul McArthur, delivered the ‘Ultrasound and Anatomy – lnjection Course for Botulinum Toxin Treatment’ course over two days in conjunction with MERZ, Expert Anatomy. 20…

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Video Launched to Promote Cheshire and Mersey Facial Palsy Support Group

This month has seen the launch of a video by charity Facial Palsy UK, featuring Osiris Health’s Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist, Helen Martin. The video has been filmed to promote the Cheshire and Mersey Facial Palsy Support Group, which takes place every other month in Liverpool.     The video explains the many benefits of attending a support group aimed at people…

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Osiris Client Features Alongside Adam Hills in Channel 4 Documentary

We were delighted to see our client, Josh Whipday, recently feature in Channel 4 documentary Adam Hills: Take His Legs. The documentary followed the journey of the Warrington Wolves Physically disabled Rugby League (PDRL) team in their bid to become world champions. Josh, who is a member of the team, features in the programme alongside…

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New Scar Management Services

Osiris is launching it’s new scar management service this month which will optimise the appearance, sensation and function of scars. At Osiris, we know no scar will retrieve the exact appearance of undamaged skin but some scars can exhibit more obvious differences including scar overgrowth, contracture, sensory disturbances, abnormal colouration, hair loss or unwanted hair growth. Find…

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We are now an approved CQC service provider

We are proud to announce that Osiris Health is officially an approved CQC service provider. We live and breathe our core values, so this accreditation is extremely important to us. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. They make sure that health and social care services…

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Expert Anatomy Spasticity Workshop

Salzburg 25th and 26th May 2018 Both Paul McArthur, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Peter Sanderson, Consultant Physiotherapist have been invited by Merz Pharmaceuticals to share their skills at this international workshop being held at the Institute of Anatomy, Paracelsus Medical Private University. The management of spasticity is highly complex and requires experience in a range…

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