LSCIC Outreach

The LSCIC Outreach Team is responsible for providing specialist spinal cord injury education and support to patients and relatives, and staff treating newly injured patients.


If you wish to refer to this service please go to the National Spinal Cord Injury Database.

For enquiries regarding existing referrals please call 020 8909 5121 (Monday-Friday 0900-1700)

Out of Hours 020 3947 0100 Bleep 755

SCI Rehabilitation: Considerations for Therapy Staff

Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 May 2019
08:30 - 17:00

The Stanford Room, Aspire Building, RNOH, Brockley Hill, Stanmore, HA7 4LP

Practical Workshops and Lectures covering:

  • ASIA (ISCNSCI) and what it means for functional outcomes
  • Management of CVS 
  • Bladder, bowel and skin considerations
  • Bed mobility and transfers
  • Posture and seating options
  • UL management
  • Interactive case study discussions
  • Spinal charities

A cost of £250 for both days (with lunch included)
To book a place, please call Karen Rawlins on 020 8909 5500 or email:

SCI Rehabilitation: Considerations for Therapy Staff flyer.

The LSCIC Outreach Team

Outreach Nurse Practitioner / Team Lead - Pauline Robertson
Consultant anaesthetist - Dr Matt Henley
Respiratory Practitioner - Sophie Nawarski
Outreach Physiotherapist - Emma Cook
Outreach Occupational Therapist - Lynne Hills
Outreach Administrator - Cathy Godfrey

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