Sayali Singh

BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager


South East

Areas Covered:

South East


Spinal Injury
Brain Injury
Parkinson’s Disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Cerebral Palsy


  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
  • MSc Advanced Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
  • Acupuncture
  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Member of British Association of Brain Injury & Complex Case Management


Sayali is a conscientious and dedicated case manager.  She thrives on developing and supporting the rehabilitation process to enable clients to meet challenges and maximise their potential.  Sayali specialises in analysing the physical and mental health needs of a patient, recommending appropriate care and rehabilitation plans to clients or their families to ensure that the client’s health, social care, educational and employment needs are met. Sayali prides herself for her communication skills and is a point of communication between medical workers, administrative staff, patients and family involved in the rehabilitation process and a point of support and reassurance for clients and their families. She ensures patient records are thoroughly and accurately updated, makes referrals and/or recommending patients to specialists where needed and ensures that appointments are made and kept by both staff and patients.  

Sayali qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008 and throughout her clinical career has worked with a diverse range of clients with musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory conditions. She has also worked with brain injured clients and with those where communication is a challenge such as hearing loss, diminished sight, speech problems, cognitive impairments, memory loss, pain as well as those living with depression and presenting with challenging behaviour. 

Sayali has experience of working within the community and across several NHS Trusts as well as within a rehabilitation unit. As a community physiotherapist she deals with a high caseload of clients requiring assessment and treatment where there is a risk of hospital admission or admission into long-term care. She is also experienced in the discharge process from hospital to the home where client safety requires thorough assessment and care planning.

Working in the community, Sayali is aware of statutory services and private provision available for clients and is experienced in coordinating onward referrals to additional health and social care services in order to safeguard clients and maximise rehabilitation outcomes.            

Sayali works with clients performing detailed assessments to develop treatment pathways in line with short-term and long-term goals. She monitors progress and provides re-assessment of goals where needed in order to maximise independence and rehabilitation outcomes. Sayali is experienced in a wide range of evidence-based interventions including manual therapy, electrotherapy, exercise therapy and respiratory therapy. In addition, Sayali is an advocate of client education, working with the client, the family, carers and other healthcare professionals to communicate what is happening and what can be expected.

Sayali can assess the wider needs of the client that surround the physical rehabilitation such as aids and equipment, home adaptations and mental health intervention. She is also highly experienced in welfare and benefits, having been responsible during her career for face-to-face assessments in relation to a variety of benefits, providing reports to the DWP. She is able to interpret medical evidence and records in order to make assessment, at the same time as understanding the client’s needs and limitations.

Sayali has experience of working with people living with a brain injury within rehabilitation units as well as following discharge to the home and was responsible for monitoring client progress. Within this role she worked with complex clients where high levels of anxiety and aggression presented, due to the brain injury and Sayali able to identify where this behaviour is acting as a barrier to rehabilitation and implement appropriate support and intervention. Sayali has worked as a rehabilitation assistant and brain injury support worker, adding to her extensive experience.

Primary disability/Injuries:

  • Spinal injuries all levels (Adult)
  • Traumatic Brain injury (Adult)
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Cerebral Palsy (Adult)
  • Stroke
  • Complex Orthopaedic Injuries (Adult)
  • Amputees (Adult)


Sayali is married and is mother of twin girls. In her free time Sayali likes to travel, socialise with her friends, and watch crime thrillers. Sayali also likes to cook as it gives the opportunity to learn about different cultures and cuisines, which is fascinating.

Sayali has bilingual proficiency in Hindi, Urdu, Marathi and has Professional working proficiency in Punjabi.

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