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David Balls

David qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2000 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of East London.

David has worked in the community setting and as a Senior Physiotherapist at Great Ormond Street Hospital, specialising in Neuromuscular disorders.  He has worked in the field of Paediatrics for the last 16 years.  Through this time David has gained valuable experience in all areas of Paediatric Physiotherapy and  can undertake comprehensive assessment and treatment for a variety of conditions.

David has extensive knowledge of complex disorders and Cerebral Palsy, working in the acute and community settings, including mainstream schools and schools for children with disabilities.  He has undertaken a variety of postgraduate training in Paediatric Physiotherapy and has undertaken his postgraduate Bobath training.

He has previously completed an eight year term as Treasurer for the East Anglia region of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists. 

David enjoys playing football in his spare time and spending time with his family.


Jennifer Balls

Jennifer qualified in 1998 from the University of Brighton with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.

Jennifer has worked as a Paediatric Physiotherapist for 17 years and is employed at the Royal Brompton Hospital, London.  Previously Jennifer worked at Southend University Hospital as a Clinical Lead Paediatric Physiotherapist. 

Jennifer's special interests lie within the fields of neurodevelopment and respiratory.  Her passion for this area also enables her to provide Physiotherapy to Little Havens Children's Hospice on a regular basis, caring for children with life limiting conditions. She has also spent several months volunteering as a Physiotherapist at an orphanage for children with disabilities in Bolivia.

Alongside her NHS work Jennifer has worked privately since 2004.  She works closely with several Case Managers from the London and Essex areas, and provides specialist rehabilitation for children with acquired neurological conditions. 

Continued professional development lies at the heart of good Physiotherapy practice and Jennifer is committed to her post graduate training.  She has undertaken many courses including the Bobath "Early assessment and intervention for babies and young children".  Jennifer also lectures on a national Paediatric Physiotherapy course.

Jennifer enjoys managing her clinical practice alongside her family life and looking after a busy household.

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