Parkinson's Group at David Lloyd sponsored by the Leicester branch of Parkinson's UK

About Us

Our hourly exercise sessions are tailored to meet your individual needs in terms of frequency. To enquire about our very competitive hourly rates,  initial home visit or assessment, please Contact us to find out more.

Jane Hargrave MCSP SRP

Jane is a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 20 years experience in neuro physiotherapy. She trained in Manchester,  and before specialising in private neuro practise she worked at both Leicester Royal Infirmary, Milton Keynes and Stoke Mandeville Hospital, where she specialised in neurology and spinal injury. Jane is trained in and uses a variety of techniques, including the Bobath Concept. 

Jane is a Specialist in Neurological Rehabilitation Physiotherapy. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology.  She is also a member of Physio First the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice.

Allison Stacey MCSP

Allison is an experienced physiotherapy assistant with many years experience.  Following initial assessment she manages and helps patients to work through therapy programmes created by Jane.

Phil Malley

Phil assists Jane with running the Parkinson’s group and he is also available for personal training alongside Neuro Rehab. He currently works at David Lloyd in Leicester as a personal trainer and holds various qualifications including the National Academy of sports medicine level three personal trainer award, Central YMCA personal training award, IHHT sports massage, HND Sport Science. 


The Bobath Concept

Jane is fully trained in the Bobath concept. This is an approach to neurological rehabilitation that is applied in patient assessment and treatment (such as with adults after stroke, or children with cerebral palsy). The basis of the Bobath concept lies in handling patients so that the physiotherapist helps to facilitate movement by lengthening short muscles, mobilising or moving tight joints, strengthening weak muscles and helping to keep their bodies in better alignment.