SP Therapy Services Yorkshire Team

We set meaningful goals in partnership with our patients to help improve quality of life.

We work with our patients and their families,  supporting them to take ownership of their rehabilitation and integration into their community.


Jayne Hallford

Chartered Physiotherapist and Clinical Coordinator


I am a highly experienced and enthusiastic Neurological Physiotherapist with a wealth of experience including neurology, orthopaedics and respiratory care both in acute and community settings.

I have experience of treating both adults and children within acute and community settings from neurological intensive care, general intensive care, neonatal units right through to community settings in people’s homes, schools or wherever they need physiotherapy.

I am passionate about working in a patients own environments, within the community. I love working with our patients and thrive on the day-to-day challenges this mixed caseload brings ensuring that meaningful therapy solutions are provided in line with our patient’s goals.

My role as a Clinical Coordinator at SPTS is to ensure that the clinical and professional practice within our team are upheld to the highest of standards.

Please get in touch at info@sptherapyservices.co.uk for a copy of Jayne’s CV.

Jane Raleigh

Chartered Physiotherapist


I am an experienced neurological physiotherapist with a passion for neurological pilates.

My specialism is working with clients in the community, I strongly believe this is where we can make the most positive difference to an individuals quality of life.

My work within the community gives me the opportunity to challenge and progress patients beyond their capabilities at hospital discharge. I have taken patients skiing, adapted cycling, aqua aerobics and horse therapy. Treating clients in real-world environments gives patients the motivation for rehabilitation.

I am a specialist in neurological pilates, incorporating not only the benefits of increased strength, endurance, mobility and balance, but also integrating mindfulness which I know to be such a vital element in successful brain injury rehabilitation.

Please get in touch at info@sptherapyservices.co.uk for a copy of Jane’s CV.

We are Hiring!

Chartered Physiotherapist

Community Physiotherapist Specialising in Neurology

Based in Yorkshire

Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Looking for work life balance and professional satisfaction?

We have an exciting job opportunity for a Community Physiotherapist Specialising in Neurology to join our enthusiastic and driven team.

SP Therapy Services are a thriving independent community physiotherapy company specialising in neurological rehabilitation.  We work with children and adults with a range of complex conditions such as acquired brain injury, spinal injury, stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and other neurological conditions.

SP Therapy Services supports its staff to work remotely and in a flexible way encouraging a greater work/life balance. Staff manage their own diaries and are given the freedom and autonomy to make decisions affecting their schedules.

SP Therapy Services strive to support professional satisfaction with an ethos of peer support within the business. Staff benefit from regular peer support meetings, 1:1’s with more senior staff as well as dedicated time built into every week to share best practice and learning.

Job requirements

You will be a Chartered Physiotherapist, HCPC registered, hold an Enhanced DBS check.

You will be a car owner driver for business use and have a “home office space” suitable to complete confidential admin tasks.

You will be motivated to self-improve with a strong portfolio of CPD.

Job description

This post is on an employed part-time or full-time basis, your core working hours are negotiable and your pay will be in line with your previous experience.

Your primary role will be to act as an autonomous clinician providing assessment and treatment of adults and children living with acquired brain injury in the community.

You will be required to design and deliver bespoke treatment plans and to achieve the very best functional outcomes using your clinical experience and the best available evidence.

You will have the capacity to “think outside of the box” to engage patients and deliver exceptional individualised rehabilitation and disability management for our patients.

You will have a high level of communication skills and be able to work within different MDT’s that are bespoke to an individual patient

You will have a sound knowledge of Word and be able complete written treatment plans to our Practice standards within a given time frame.

You will be an exceptional time manger.

Where we work

We are a remote working team, providing services in the community where we strongly believe we can make the most positive difference to our patients quality of life. We provide services to patients in Lancashire, Greater Manchester, West and South Yorkshire.

We would be looking for a new team member who lives in the Yorkshire area.

The team

We employ Chartered Physiotherapists with a wealth of specialisms and different levels of experience. At SP Therapy Services we encourage innovation and work collaboratively with universities, charities and other organisations, to engage in research and participate in range of innovative projects.

The team currently consists of five Chartered Physiotherapists, who are based across Greater Manchester, Lancashire, West and South Yorkshire.

Benefits/ Rewards

We offer flexible working hours to promote a work-life balance, a company pension scheme. To support remote working you will be provided with your own Surface Pro laptop and mobile phone and a Home-Based allowance.

Business mileage expenses are renumerated.

Further details and contact information

Contact Susan.pattison@sptherapyservices.co.uk for more information or send a CV to apply.

I have found their services second to none, and what a fantastic difference they have made to my clients, and to me. They have put Alter G therapy into place that I can guarantee no one else is getting. They have gone above and beyond their roles to support my clients and have helped me immeasurably with the complexities of supporting a client who lives 160 miles from me.
Lisa Barnes – Clinical Case Manager
I have worked with Susan and her fantastic team for well over 10 years and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend their skill and professionalism to others.
Amanda Phillips AP Rehabilitation
SP Therapy Services work with Bolton Neuro Voices (BNV). The team consists of patients with various neurological conditions. Susan Pattison's work has helped many people with disabilities and their mobility. This is a professional service and their customer care is always without question.
Neil Germaine participant of BNV hydrotherapy
MS Society

Our Locations

We provide services across the regions of Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Yorkshire. Our team of dedicated community neurological physiotherapy practitioners, will travel to you, to provide the treatment you need in your own home and community. Providing therapy that meets your needs with the aim of improving your quality of life.

Get in Touch


  • How can Physiotherapy help adults living with Acquired Brain Injury?

    Although every individual with an ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) is different, the main focus of physiotherapy is to improve a persons ability to move and maximise their independence. To achieve this a physiotherapist will work to:

    • Improve posture and walking;
      Improve balance and reduce the risk of falls;
    • Strengthen muscles, and reduce muscle stiffness;
    • Mobilise joints and improve the quality of movement;
    • Improve respiratory function and challenge the cardiovascular system;
    • Provide education and training to support teams and families.
  • How can physiotherapy help children living with Acquired Brain Injury?

    Children with ABI differ from adults in that their brains (their movement control centre) and their musculoskeletal system (bones and muscles) are not yet fully developed. ABI impacts on a child’s ability to control movement making muscles floppy (low toned or flaccidity), stiff (high toned or spasticity) or uncoordinated (dystonia and ataxia). Children learn through movement they explore play and learn about, depth, shape, texture, volume distance and harm by moving through their environment. When moving is difficult learning becomes a greater challenge.

    Stiff, floppy or uncoordinated muscles pull on the immature and growing skeleton and this can cause developmental problems such as scoliosis, contractures and joint problems especially in the hips.

    Physiotherapists work to re-educate more normal movement patterns and treat and manage the muscles to maximise the child’s opportunity to learn through movement, and reduce the impact of the pull on growing bones

    Our physiotherapists can work with a child at school or at home, we have physiotherapists working in our Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire communities.