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Bristol Physiotherapist wins award

03 September 2019

The award recognises clinically excellent, patient centered practice, leadership in the field and commitment to multidisciplinary working. Tania has successfully developed a business case to bring on board an MS Assistant Practitioner with a degree in sports science to work alongside the MS team to deliver expanded, innovative services for people with MS. MS Research provides some of the funding support for this post. Tania’s leadership in developing an impressive range of new services, especially during the current NHS austerity drive is inspirational. Moreover, she brings an important element of knowledge and inspiration to many of the research projects funded by MS Research in Bristol, participating in patient and researcher group discussions to help guide non-clinical researchers. We are delighted to have such an innovative and caring colleague in Bristol and offer her well-deserved congratulations for the recognition of all her hard work.

(Pictured above left to right Tania Burge with Christine Singleton, lead clinical physiotherapist at the West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre. Photo courtesy of QuDoS in MS)

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