Alessandro Uva BSc(Hons) MCSP
Alessandro is a passionate Physiotherapist who’s interest in neurology began in higher education, inspired by a Bobath Tutor he met at the University, who showed him how to work with the damaged nervous system.
He qualified in Physiotherapy from the University of Padua, Italy, in 2013 and since then has continued with his study, focusing his training in neurological disorders.
He worked in Italy since graduation in the San Raffaele Arcangelo Rehabilitation Hospital, Venice, where he worked with either neurological and orthopaedic patients. This permitted him to have a wide view of the patients’ problems and different ways to treat them.
Alessandro took on the role of Clinical Tutor for students of the University of Padua and the Supsi (Switzerland) for neurological and orthopaedic rehabilitation.
Furthermore, due to his experience, he started a collaboration with the University of Padua, leading educational meetings with students of physiotherapy for the introduction to the Bobath Concept.
Alessandro is specialized in Neurophysiotherapy and in Manual therapy.
He has completed several Bobath and muscular skeletal courses. His curiosity and open mind pushes him to continue studying to explore many ways in enabling his patients to have the best possible recovery.
Ale is training to be an International Bobath Instructor. There are currently only 140 instructors worldwide and only 40 in training, 4 of which are in the UK.