Claire Ronzeau

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy ACPIN MCSP
BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager



Areas Covered:

South East


Brain Injury
Spinal Injury
Neurological Diseases


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  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 2:1 University of East London(1994)
  • MSc Neuro rehabilitation module, Sheffield Hallam University 
  • MSc module equivalent in Mental Health skills for non-mental health professionals, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology andNeuroscience
  • Member of the following: CSP, HCPC, ACPIN, AACP
  • BABICM Registered Case Manager
  • Bobath: normal movement, Modules 1 & 2 (Assessment and Rehabilitation of low tone and high tone)
  • Trained in FES (functional electrical stimulation)
  • BBTA ataxia and upper limb rehabilitation
  • Facial Therapy
  • Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Therapeutic Splinting for neurological patients with scotch/soft casting


Claire graduated from University of East London in1994 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. She spent the following three years gaining experience within core areas of neurology, paediatrics, orthopaedics, respiratory and musculo-skeletal areas. For the last 20 years Claire has specialised within neurology and rehabilitation whilst based at Kings College Hospital within the community, inpatient acute rehabilitation and level 2a and 2b rehabilitation units as well as within outpatient settings before training as a case manager.

Claire has gained invaluable experience in assessing and managing clients who have:

  • Spinal injuries all levels (Adult)
  • Traumatic and Hypoxic Brain injury (Adults)
  • Parkinson’s
  • GBS
  • Multiple Sclerosis (including acute physiotherapy management for those undergoing bone marrow transplant)
  • Stroke
  • Major Trauma (Adult)
  • Acute Lower Limb Amputee Rehabilitation (Adult)
  • Oncology with neurological involvement
  • HIV with neurology impairment (toxoplasmosis, PML, IRIS,GBS, lymphoma)
  • Functional Neurological Disorder

Claire has many years’ experience in the assessment, rehabilitation and management of complex patients as part of a multi-disciplinary team as well as an independent practitioner. This has involved highly providing specialist assessments, reports, leading family meetings and recommendations regarding onward referrals and rehabilitation potential including self-management for long term conditions. She has been fortunate to have the opportunity to work with clients with a variety of conditions in different healthcare settings. 

In more recent years, Claire has been the clinical lead physiotherapist for stroke and acute neuro rehabilitation at Kings CollegeHospital. Claire has found this role incredibly rewarding being responsible for the development and supervision of a team of physiotherapists working in neurology and developing services for clients.

Claire has an excellent understanding of the role of each discipline involved along the whole rehabilitation pathway, including neuropsychologists, occupational therapists, speech therapists as well as with nurse specialists, social workers and neurological consultants. 

Claire completes comprehensive assessments which facilitates clinical reasoning to set goals and rehabilitation programmes for clients and disability management plans. Claire is a quality focused and client centred practitioner, who ensures evidence-based practise following updated guidelines to ensure clients’ needs are met.  She works holistically with adults with complex and life changing injuries along with their families to help facilitate quality of life through rehabilitation and education. 


Claire enjoys a wide range of activities such as running, cricket and book club as well as enjoying the theatre. Having a dog Claire spends a lot of time walking with friends and exploring local parks.

Claire is passionate about physiotherapy and how to improve the quality of life understanding that this is different for everyone. 

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