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Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team

The Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team (CNRT) provides holistic assessment and management for adults with a confirmed diagnosis of long-term neurological conditions.

The service offers support throughout the disease process based on the individual’s needs.

The team consists of professionals from a range of disciplines including specialist nurses for Parkinson’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Generic Workers, Clinical Psychologists and Rehabilitation Consultants. The different professionals in the CNRT work closely together to provide a joined-up interdisciplinary service and patients are seen in outpatient clinics, in the outpatient therapy gym or on home visits.

In addition, the team liaises closely with other teams within Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust such as Neurology, Wheelchair Services, District Nurses and Continence Services, as well as with specialist regional neurological services such as West Park Hospital and the West Midlands Rehabilitation Centre.

The service operates Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm.

The team is based at Short Heath Clinic which is where the majority of outpatient clinics and therapy sessions are held. The team also offers home visits, and some Multiple Sclerosis clinics are held at Walsall Manor Hospital.

Short Heath Clinic
Bloxwich Road North
Short Heath
Willenhall
West Midlands
WV12 5PR

Service lead

Kay Crowther, Clinical Lead for Community Nursing
01922 605768
07976 767782

Patients can self-refer although the service may request further information from their GP to confirm that a referral is appropriate

Email walsall.cnrt@nhs.net or contact the team on 0845 113 0610 to discuss a referral.

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