- Published: Monday, 09 March 2020
Home secretary Priti Patel @patel4witham seeing & talking to officers at Flint House about the realities of injury & sickness to police at Flint House...#Rehabitswhatwedo for 130 years. The spirit and essence of 1890 is still the driving force behind our treating officers.
- Published: Wednesday, 11 December 2019
President of the Police Superintendents Association, Paul Griffiths was back at Flint House to see the fruits of his epic Thames Path Walk (in the hot, very hot, if not THE hottest part of the summer) earlier this year. Pauls funds helped to facilitate purchasing a 'Game Ready' Injury Treatment System for use by Flint House
In conjunction with our own Physio, Lorna -"Tough Mudder"- Collins also raising funds we are grateful to both of them for their herculean physical efforts and have already had officers who have been treated using this equipment extolling its virtues.....
Chris Milburn (physio) ......#Rehabitswhatwedo
- Published: Wednesday, 20 November 2019
So we've started our @YouTube channel as a reference for patients who have attended @FlintHouserehab Starting with improving shoulder flexion (getting your hand above your head).
Also you can see how to progress and improve your squat. If you are struggling to squat after an injury try these exercises to improve it!
Look out for more videos coming soon
- Published: Friday, 22 November 2019
Repeat Debater back at Flint House !!!
Ex patient James came to see us again last week with another £400 to give to Ash in Physio who treated James whilst he was here.
James (left side - shaking hands with Ash) raises his funds for us by delivering motivational talks and having been to Flint House in 2018 James so wanted to give something back and these regular donations are the result of his hard work and dedication. James we salute you and your obvious commitment, drive, energy and positive attitude to life..thank you.
- Published: Wednesday, 11 September 2019
CEO Tom McAuslin at PSA Conference last night receiving a "supers" doper cheque from Chairman Paul Griffiths.
Proceeds of Paul's herculean walk along the Thames path from head of Thames river at Lechlade Gloucestershire to the Thames barrier.
Paul completed the walk in the height of the summer heatwave earlier this year which was no mean feat and a labour of unwavering support for the Centre.
Further funds raised at the conference dinner brought the total raised to over £4,300..
On behalf of the management and staff at Flint House may we thank Paul and the Superintendent's Association for their generosity and goodwill. Thank you all.