Milestones Neurorehabilitation Clinic

01784 457 520 (Mon to Fri 8am – 6pm) | Milestones, 39A South Avenue, Egham, Surrey TW20 8HQ

Milestones Clinic, Surrey

About Us

Sally, a neuro-physiotherapist, decided to name her purpose built clinic Milestones because of the role of physiotherapists in helping patients to solve their problems and achieve their goals and because of the hurdles she had to overcome in finding, securing and then building the property.

About Milestones Nerorehabilitation ClinicSince the Clinic opened in 2004 Milestones has always strived to deliver a comprehensive and specialist service by professionals who have the right set of skills to address the complex needs of people who have a need for neurological rehabilitation.

What is rehabilitation ?

Rehabilitation is a problem-solving and educational process aimed at reducing the functional and social consequences experienced by someone as a result of an injury or disease, always within the limitations imposed by the underlying damage.

The field of neurological rehabilitation provides a service to people with movement, balance and functional difficulties resulting from neurological diagnoses.

The injury or disease may affect these people’s ;

  • Movement control
  • Balance
  • Sensation
  • Speech
  • Swallowing
  • Vision
  • Mood
  • Ability to concentrate
  • Memory
  • Bowel & bladder control

Problem-solving & educational process

1. A person-centred service providing ;

  • Integrated assessments and planning
  • Goal orientated treatment to support independent living and autonomy
  • Practical support and advice
  • Information necessary to make informed decisions

2. Comprehensive range of specialist rehabilitation to address the practical and emotional challenges faced by people with a neurological diagnosis

  • Specialist multidisciplinary team comprising ;
    • Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine
    • Occupational Therapists
    • Physiotherapists
    • Speech & Language therapists
    • Orthotist
    • Masseur
    • Clinical Psychology
    • Personal Trainer

3. Prompt, timely, ongoing and high quality rehabilitation services

  • Accept self-referrals
  • Offer outpatient and community appointments
  • Recognised Provider by numerous Private Medical Insurers
  • Encourage close liaison & collaboration with National Health Service and Social Care services

4. Education and training for people, their family, carers and support workers

  • to enable people to apply the skills acquired in therapy in routine daily living activities
  • to develop knowledge and skills to live with and to manage their condition
  • to access appropriate vocational assessment, rehabilitation and ongoing support to find, regain or remain in work and to access other occupational and educational opportunities
  • to develop local support networks
  • to help to achieve a sense of well-being and make long-term psychological adjustments to altered personal, family and social circumstances

Since 2006 we have had our own dedicated multidisciplinary team who are able to provide a specialist service for people who either attend the clinic or need to be seen at home or in the community.

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When you start to try to put somebody back together after a tragic accident you suddenly realise that they forgot to include the instruction booklet! This was very...


I felt I had to write to thank you for all your hard work, and your professional way you have healed Wendy ; since we asked for your help way back in the summer of...

Graham Jessop

Sally will be the first to admit that neither she nor any other Physiotherapist can work miracles. Out of the many Physiotherapists that I have had, Sally has had...

Philip Hinton

I have been a patient of Sally de la Fontaine for 3 years following a stroke. During this time my range of movement has improved to such an extent that I have bought...

Aynsley Doherty

Sally has through her professional expertise and ingenuity in exercise certainly helped in speeding my recovery from Guillian Barre syndrome.

David Gentry

Just thought I would let you know that yesterday evening I jogged 1.5 miles in 22 minutes without stopping thanks to your work and the Turbomed FS3000

Kevin (peripheral nerve injury client)

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