Home Based Physiotherapy
ENABLING YOU are two local physiotherapists who specialise in cancer, elderly and palliative rehabilitation. By focusing on what’s important to you, we will enable you to be more independent, so you can live life more fully. We will visit you in the comfort of your own home or nursing home in St Albans, Harpenden, Hemel Hempstead and surrounding areas.
First assessment 60 minutes - £75
The Physiotherapist will undertake a full assessment, taking account of your wishes and needs. Together we will agree goals and a treatment plan. You may be given some advice and exercises, or a course of treatment sessions.
Treatment session 45 minutes - £50
Treatment session 60 minutes – £65
Payment should be made at the end of each session.
Please let us know as soon as possible if you cannot make an appointment.
Cancellations that occur within 24 hours of the appointment time may be liable to a £20 cancellation fee.
No-shows may incur the full cost of the appointment.
Would you like to be more independent?
Have you lost confidence?
Are you in need of rehabilitation?
Are you worried about falling over or climbing stairs?
Have you had a prolonged illness or hospital admission?
Are you struggling to cope with everyday activities or manage on your own?
Are you recovering from cancer treatment or an operation?
If so, call us now
Manisha - 07966 473 186
Marie-Jeanne - 07950 414 346
CAN WE ENABLE
THERAPIES & TREATMENTS
Individualised exercise programmes
Balance and falls prevention
Gait re-education and mobility advice
Equipment and aids advice
Self-management and goal setting
Signposting and referrals to other services
I am a Physiotherapist with over 20 years' experience. I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
My places of work have included the Royal Marsden Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, West Hertforshire Community NHS Trust, Peace Hospice Care and The Hospice of St Francis.
I specialise in elderly care, cancer rehabilitation, breathlessness management, disability and mobility problems, falls prevention and palliative / end-of-life rehabilitation.
My aim is to optimise the potential of each person and improve their quality of life by focusing on what is important to them. I believe that small improvements, however small can make a big difference to someone's wellbeing.
I am available for home visits in St Albans, Radlett, Redbourn and Hemel Hempstead.
Marie-Jeanne Chitnis BSc.(Hons) MCSP
Manisha Cook BSc.(Hons) MCSP
I am a qualified physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience, as well as a qualified ScarWork practitioner. As a member of the Health and Care Professional Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy I am committed to providing the very best interventions. I am inspired by my clients will and determination to succeed in their goals and am privileged to enable them to find fulfilment in everyday living.
Over the last 20 years I have worked in many healthcare settings including; St Marys Hospital London, Central Middlesex Hospital, Northwick Park and West Herts Community NHS. I currently work at The Hospice of St. Francis in Berkhamsted, Herts. My special interests are breathlessness management, pain, cancer rehab, palliative rehab, post-operative rehab, balance, falls and mobility, self-management, acupuncture and scar therapy.
I am available to see clients in Harpenden, Redbourn, Hemel Hempstead and St. Albans.
"I would like to thank Marie-Jeanne for helping me to get my confidence back and make me feel that I'm not on my own." - Breathless Patient
"The support was invaluable to my physical recovery, I am grateful to Manisha for her encouragement and advice to allow me to get stronger after the chemotherapy." - Cancer Patient
"Marie-Jeanne, I can't put into words how I feel about all the time and effort you have put into helping me manage my condition, so I'll just say Thank You!" - Motor Neurone Disease Patient
"Manisha has given me hope and support to learn how to manage my breathlessness. I feel more independent." - Breathless Patient