Meet the Team

Dr Cameron Lindsay - Director

Cameron began his physiotherapy career in Coventry in 2001 and began specialising in neurological rehabilitation in 2003. In 2005, he took up a senior role in Neurological Rehabilitation in Birmingham and undertook training in botulinum toxin injections, thermoplastic and 'soft and scotch' splinting, and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES).

He completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Neurological Rehabilitation at the University of Western Australia in 2006. He was the lead researcher and co-ordinator of the EUBoSS trial investigating the early use of Botulinum Toxin in post stroke spasticity.

He trains clinicians in spasticity management and injection localisation techniques using ultrasound and has co-written a textbook on the subject. He has delivered post-graduate teaching modules at Keele University, Coventry University and Ulster University.

Cameron has published and presented internationally on the subject of spasticity and contracture management including being the lead author of a Cochrane Review and contributing to the RCP Stroke Guidelines (Fifth Edition).

He currently divides his time between his post in the NHS and his private practice.

Josh Kwant - Director

Josh qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004 and his interest in neurology began during a rotational post in a large teaching hospital in Glasgow.

From 2006 he has specialised in neurological rehabilitation in Glasgow and Belfast with time spent working across acute neurology units, general neurological rehabilitation, spinal injuries, and stroke rehabilitation.

He has specialist training in adult and advanced Bobath, FES for the lower and upper limb, Kinesiotaping and is an accredited PD Warrior instructor. He also has extensive respiratory training and experience. In addition to his current post as a stroke specialist with an NHS Community Stroke Team Josh has a special interest in functional neurological disorders.

Josh has worked as part of the AVERT (stroke rehabilitation) trial as an assessor and presented at the Irish and Northern Irish Stroke Conferences. He is an associate lecturer at the University of Ulster as part of the Neurological Rehabilitation undergraduate module.

David McGrew - Rehabilitation Instructor

David started working as a Physiotherapy Technical instructor in 2017 for the NHS. After a short time in post, he found his interest working with people with Neurological deficits growing. In 2019, he joined the Neuro Physio at home team as an associate and began working as a Rehabilitation Instructor. This is when his passion started to develop for all things Neuro.

Completing Level 2 in PD Warrior in 2021 allowed him to upskill, increase his knowledge and understanding of Parkinson's along with the benefits of the PD warrior exercise philosophy. He is currently undertaking the Level 4 Strength & Conditioning coaching certificate in order to add to his portfolio to deliver specialised and tailored exercise plans to benefit people living with neurological conditions, help improve their mindset and ultimately aim to enhance their quality of life.

"if it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you"

Outside of work he enjoys the Great Outdoors, the gym, food and dog training.

Lauren Kwant - Practice administration

Having worked as a physiotherapist since 2004 and specialising in Paediatrics Lauren took a career break in 2017 to look after her children. She has been involved in Neuro Physio at Home since 2017 in a non-clinical capacity and enjoys the varied and creative nature of the role.

Lauren has recently completed a Masters in Art Psychotherapy and looks forward to returning to clinical work from this new perspective.