Gareth Roblin


Gareth's 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 general conditioning and strengthening. This, along with gait re-education, forms a large part of the management programme designed to promote a healthy functional lifestyle for amputee clients.

More recently, he has also been working with Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare as the Clinical Lead in the Inpatients Rehabilitation department. This is based at Teddington Memorial Hospital, where he has been focussing on getting patients as functionally independent as possible.