Sue Armstrong
Sue trained as a Physiotherapist in the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, qualifying in 1987, and after rotational posts has specialised in neurological rehabilitation since 1992, including holding the Senior 1 Post in Acute Neurology and Neurosurgery in the University Hospital of Wales for 5 years. She spent 8 years working with acute neurological inpatients, predominantly patients who had suffered from stroke. She then spent a further 8 years working in an outpatient service, working with patients with a wide range of neurological conditions. She is currently a Clinical Specialist in Neurology in Gwent NHS Trust, working mainly with outpatient neurology, and her role encompasses Trust-wide teaching responsibilities and Complex Patient sessions with Senior staff throughout the Trust. She taught on the M level Neurorehab Post Grad Certificate course in Cardiff University, and is a guest lecturer on the Neuromusculo-skeletal Masters Courses in Cardiff. Her particular interests are postural control and locomotion. She also works in private practice, and set up her own practice, Indigo Rehab Physiotherapy Practice in Abergavenny in 2006. Sue qualified as Bobath Tutor in 2007.