General adult clinic
These clinics are only held at the rehabilitation hub in Stirling Community Hospital. Clinics run throughout the week from 9am-3pm. The Orthotists in clinic are Lynne Rowley, Francesca Muratore and Emily Greenan.
- Lynne Rowley – Monday and Thursday
- Francesca Muratore – All week
- Emily Greenan – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday morning and Friday
General Adult wards and home visits
Lynne Rowley does wards on a Tuesday morning and Friday afternoon, and Francesca also does wards on a Friday afternoon.
We visit wards in Stirling Health and Care Village, Falkirk Community Hospital, Clackmannan Community Healthcare Centre, Bo’ness Community Hospital, Bellsdyke Hospital and Forth Valley Royal Hospital. We also visit the hospice when required.
Home visits are done as required. They are only for patients that cannot get out their house for any appointments. These are not done on a weekly basis and due to capacity you may have to wait a few weeks for this to be arranged.
Diabetic ward visit
Lynne Rowley works within the Diabetic multi-disciplinary team and they visit patients in Forth Valley Royal Hospital on a Tuesday Afternoon.
Adult Learning Disabilities clinic
Orthotist Lynne Rowley runs this clinic. She works alongside Margaret Leslie, physiotherapist assistant based in Loch View. The clinic is only held in Stirling Community Hospital in the Rehabilitation Hub on a Friday morning. All appointment are organised by Margaret Leslie contact details Lochview – 01324 574359.
General paediatric clinic
Orthotist Gillian Waddell runs these clinics. They are based in Stirling Community Hospital.
- Appointments on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday are held in Area 3.
- Appointments on a Thursday and Friday are held in the Rehabilitation hub.
Clinics run from 9 – 3pm.
Paediatric Botox assessment clinic
This clinic is a multi-disciplinary team run by Dr Shahein, physiotherapist and orthotist. Clinic dates vary but it is usually once a month on a Wednesday morning in Stirling Community Hospital, Area 3. This clinic is to assess wither your child meets the criteria for Botox. No injection is given at this clinic appointment.
Serial casting clinic
Serial casting clinic run every Thursday afternoon, 2pm -5pm, in Stirling Community Hospital, Rehabilitation hub. Usually you get your appt sent out to attend 10 days after you have received your Botox injection. Each clinic appointment is an hour long. At this clinic there will be a orthotist and physiotherapist. They will assess your gait (walking), range of movement of your joints and then apply your serial cast. You will attend 5 consecutive appts, one a week, as each week you will get your serial cast changed and measures and gait analysed.