Rebecca Flint Physiotherapy - Home Flint Physiotherapy Home About Fees

Flint Physiotherapy 2019

Rebecca Flint  (BSc Hons, MCSP) is an East Grinstead based Physiotherapist with over 15 years of NHS and private experience working with people in their own homes and within residential care.

She has worked with those who have recently suffered illness, had emergency or planned operations, or wish to optimise their health, well-being and quality of life.

Rebecca prefers to see clients in their own homes to fully assess function in their personal environment; however she can see clients in a clinic environment if it is preferred. She is also happy to give advice on falls prevention and equipment to aid manual handling and promote independence.

She is happy to provide one-off consultations, or longer term programs for musculoskeletal, neurological and orthopaedic conditions. She is also experienced in leading classes for groups of patients.

Thank you so much for your help – I feel much more confident and hope to be out on the golf course next week!

(Total Knee Replacement)

Thank you so much Rebecca, for all your hard work with Tom these last 4 months. You’ve certainly worked wonders!

(Stroke rehabilitation)




01342 523449 ~ 07572 107064

Home  |  About Us  |  Physiotherapy  |  Fees  |  Contact Us

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via e-mail Share on LinkedIn

Why choose a physiotherapist who specializes in the care of older people?

‘Working with older people can present the physiotherapist with a set of challenges unparalleled in other areas of practice. The caseload is very mixed; patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiovascular problems may all be found in a single caseload and often in the same patient. Interlinking between medical, psychological, rehabilitative, economic and social problems that all need attention is the norm, rather than the exception. Add to these the differences in presentation of disease, the unique pattern of ageing in each individual, and the varying responses that older people may demonstrate, and the complexity of the challenge is obvious.’ Pickles 1995