Mark McIntosh

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist/ BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager



Areas Covered:

West Midlands
South West
South East


Spinal Injury
Neurological Diseases
Brain Injury


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  • Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC): PH94627
  • British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM)
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP): 086313
  • APC (Physiotherapy Board in New Zealand): 70-14195
  • New Zealand Society of Physiotherapists: 7695
  • BSc 1st Class(Hons) Physiotherapy University of Birmingham 2007-2010
  • MSc Master Module Critical Care York St John University 2014
  • Bobath Intro and Basic trained
  • FES trained upper and lower limb (also Bioness trained)
  • Seating2Go Wheelchair and Seating Level 1 qualified (manual wheelchairs, cushions, and power assist)
  • Concussion Management Trained by Shanon McGuire and Barry Willer
  • PADI Rescue Diver Qualified
  • BASI Adaptive Level 1 Qualified Ski and Snowboard Instructor


Mark has experience of managing clients who have suffered:

  • Spinal cord injuries all levels (Adult)
  • Amputees all levels, upper and lower limb (Adult and Paediatrics)
  • High end orthoses, FES and prostheses upper and lower limb assessment and rehabilitation
  • Adaptive sport rehabilitation
  • Complex neurology (Adult)
  • Complex orthopaedic injuries (Adult)
  • Traumatic brain injury all severities
  • Stroke rehabilitation

Mark has an excellent understanding and proven track record of managing an interdisciplinary team and the rehabilitation process, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, neuropsychologists, dieticians, nurses, and rehabilitation consultants. Mark has experience working across a variety of health care settings in a lead role and is adept at tailoring the rehabilitation team with the client’s goals in a measurable way. He offers an evidence based, progressive and multi-faceted approach to rehab.

Mark graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2010 with a 1st Class (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. He spent the following thirteen years working across the NHS and private sectors treating neurological in and outpatients before training as a case manager with CCMS.

Mark’s ongoing motivation is to carry on this team approach to rehabilitation, integration with technology and functional rehabilitative approach with his clients. He has continued to offer this evidence based, progressive and multi-faceted approach to rehabilitation across the UK and abroad as necessary.

Mark is also experienced in accessing clients needing:

  • Adaptive equipment/wheelchair and seating assessment and provision

He has a particular interest in merging his love of the outdoors and adaptive sport instruction with his clients.

Whilst abroad, Mark set up New Zealand’s first funded adaptive sports service. He has developed a real passion for the ‘weird and wonderful’ or problems ‘in the too hard basket’ that require a bit of lateral thought. These may be spinal clients that have been told they “can’t swim in the sea again,” amputees that “can’t ride a mountain bike anymore” or brain-injured clients that “couldn’t possibly ski anymore.” This usually starts as a problem-solving exercise with the client, requiring an abstract solution, but a solution, nonetheless. Normally a modification of technique, mindset, and/or equipment, collaborating with the client to find the “ultimate goal” of what they really want to achieve since their world has changed its course from what they had planned.


Mark plays tennis and squash to club level and is a proficient skier, snowboarder, scuba diver and rock climber. He is a keen ultra-runner and endurance/adventure sports athlete.

Mark has two young children, and he likes to spend as much time exploring the outdoors with them and his wife, who is also a lover of the outdoors.

Mark’s volunteer work reflects his interests and experiences from inside and outside of work.

Most recently these include:

Achilles Blind Guiding

Mark is a blind running guide. He has supported many visually impaired runners on running events of various distances and trains with them to help them achieve their running aspirations.  

Adaptive Skiing/Snowboarding

Mark helps with the organising and running of ski and snowboard trips across New Zealand and Europe to support amputees and other adaptive sport enthusiasts. He also volunteers as an adaptive instructor/helper.

4 Deserts Ultra-running Event Series

Mark works as part of the course team on these multi-day endurance events of two hundred international competitors during their 250 km foot race in various sites around the world.

Land Search & Rescue (LANDSAR)

Mark is an operational member of LANDSAR. He is a police and rescue-trained search and rescue volunteer who is tasked to search for (and sometimes recover) lost persons.

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