Rehabilitation Therapists at
The London Prosthetic Centre

The London Prosthetic Centre is a specialised prosthetic and rehabilitation centre, combining advanced therapy care with innovative prosthetic technology to help individuals optimise life ahead. Our approach to amputee rehabilitation focuses on the post-surgical, prosthetic and outpatient/reintegration phases to:
  • Increase an individual’s strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance, and decrease pain.
  • Provide the expert fitting and custom-manufacture of a prosthesis to meet personal lifestyle needs.
  • Train individuals to use their prosthesis with confidence and comfort, and avoid complications.
  •  Involve patients in an integrated and intensive treatment program of physical and occupational therapy
  •  Help patients via counselling specialists who deal with a range of emotional, social and/or behavioural issues.

Meet our Rehabilitation Team

Gareth Roblin - Physiotherapist

His initial experience of Amputee Rehabilitation was gained with the Douglas Bader Unit at the Queen Mary’s University Hospital Roehampton. It was here that he learnt the benefits of early rehabilitation for the amputee client, especially the importance of strength and conditioning.
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Maggie Uden - Physiotherapist

Maggie has over 24 years clinical experience of working as a physiotherapist in the specialist area of amputee and prosthetic rehabilitation. Maggie enjoys using her experience in assessing and providing comprehensive, holistic physiotherapy programmes for lower limb amputees.
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Mary Jane Cole - Physiotherapist

Mary Jane has worked for more than 20 years with amputees of all ages, causes, amputation levels, and at every stage of rehabilitation. She combines amputee rehabilitation and medico-legal consultancy with education and is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences, Kingston and St George’s, University of London.
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