Circle Rehabilitation has joined the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA), making it the latest member of the organisation.
Circle Rehabilitation is a state-of-the-art rehabilitation centre located in Birmingham, and is the largest specialist rehab centre in the UK. With its commitment to providing high quality and compassionate care, it is leading the way in neurorehabilitation and setting a new standard for others to follow.
What is Circle Rehabilitation and its role in neurorehabilitation?
Circle Rehabilitation is a pioneering facility that plays a crucial role in the field of neurorehabilitation. Located in Birmingham, it is the largest specialist rehab centre in the UK, offering cutting-edge treatments and comprehensive care for individuals with neurological conditions.
At Circle Rehabilitation, the primary goal is to empower patients to regain independence, maximise their potential, and enhance their quality of life. The highly skilled and compassionate team of healthcare professionals, including physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, and psychologists, work collaboratively to create personalised treatment plans tailored to each individual’s unique needs and goals.
Recognising the importance of a holistic approach to neurorehabilitation, in addition to traditional therapies, they also focus on promoting mental well-being, providing emotional support, and facilitating a smooth transition back into the community.
By joining INPA, Circle Rehabilitation solidifies its commitment to excellence in neurorehabilitation. Through collaboration with other leading providers, it strives to drive innovation, share best practices, and advocate for the highest standards of care across the field.
State-of-the-art facilities and treatments available at Circle Rehabilitation
The facility itself is purpose-built with the comfort and needs of patients in mind. From spacious therapy rooms to fully equipped gyms, every aspect of Circle Rehabilitation is tailored to support rehabilitation and promote the best possible outcomes.
Having significantly invested in technology and specialist rehabilitation equipment, Circle provide a personalised care plan for all patients. The facility itself is state-of-the-art, designed with the comfort and well-being of patients in mind. It boasts spacious therapy rooms, fully equipped gyms, and comfortable private rooms, creating a conducive environment for recovery and rehabilitation. In addition to its physical resources, Circle Rehabilitation utilises the latest technology and evidence-based therapies to optimise outcomes for its patients.
What sets Circle Rehabilitation apart is its holistic approach to neurorehabilitation. The facility recognises that recovery encompasses not only physical well-being but also mental and emotional well-being. Therefore, in addition to the clinical treatments, the centre places great emphasis on promoting mental health, providing emotional support, and facilitating a smooth transition back into the community.
With its state-of-the-art facilities and comprehensive treatments, Circle Rehabilitation is leading the way in neurorehabilitation. Patients can expect top-notch care, innovative therapies, and a compassionate environment that promotes their recovery and empowers them to regain control of their lives.
Become a member of INPA
Circle Rehabilitation’s recent membership of the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers Alliance (INPA) is a significant step towards shaping the future of neurorehabilitation. By joining INPA, Circle Rehabilitation demonstrates its commitment to excellence and its dedication to advocating for the highest standards of care in the field.
Becoming a member of INPA offers numerous benefits to Circle Rehabilitation and the patients it serves. Collaboration with other leading neurorehabilitation providers allows Circle Rehabilitation to access a wealth of knowledge, share best practices, and drive innovation. This collaborative effort fosters a community of experts who are constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in neurorehabilitation.
Other organisations are invited to become a member of INPA, providing a platform to contribute to the advancement of neurorehabilitation as a whole. As a member, organisations can actively participate in shaping policies and advocating for improved access to quality neurorehabilitation services. By leveraging the collective voice of INPA, together we can drive positive change and promote the importance of neurorehabilitation in healthcare.