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Stacie Ahern

Stacie is a higly specialist paediatric physiotherapist experienced in working with children with acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy and other neurological conditions. She has over 7 years' experience in working with children in a variety of acute and community settings.

Stacie takes an innovative approach to the treatment and management of children based around the specific needs of the child and their family. She has experience of working with children with complex health needs and neuro disability.

Key Areas of Expertise Include

  • Detailed assessment and reports
  • Postural assessments and prescription of postural management programmes and equipment
  • Assessment and management of abnormal tone
  • Formulating rehabilitation programmes based around the child's needs and participation
  • Gait analysis and orthotics / joint working with Orthotists


Stacie is based in Essex.

Professional Information

Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) – University of Brighton.

Registered with the Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC)

Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Member of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists

Accredited Bobath Trained Physiotherapist (BABTT)


Paediatric Physiotherapist, ILS Rehabilitation Solutions

Specialist Physiotherapist working privately with children with neurological conditions.

Stacie has experience of working in a variety of acute and community settings including the Evelina Children's Hospital, community and special schools and currently at the Portland Hospital for Women and Children in the acute neurorehabilitation unit. Within this role she also works with Consultants in the assessment and rehabilitation of children undergoing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR).

Prior to specialising in paediatrics Stacie gained experience in a variety of other specialities including acute respiratory care, adult complex rehabilitation, musculoskeletal and oncology.

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