About Designed2Move

In 2016 Designed2Move’s founder Consultant Physiotherapist Heather Watson, began building a team of outstanding specialised clinicians to provide individualised Functional Rehabilitation programmes and Health Recovery Programmes for people who have suffered major trauma injury.  Working predominantly in the Personal Injury sector, alongside Case Managers, both Claimant and Defendant Solicitors, insurers and employers, Designed2Move’s aim is to work as part of the rehabilitation team and return injured clients back to an independent, comfortable, functional and meaningful lifestyle.

Our programmes offer support for conditions such as:

  • Musculoskeletal & Persistent Pain conditions
  • Orthopaedic trauma
  • Post orthopaedic surgery
  • Amputation
  • Complex poly trauma

Many of our specialist team have a strong background in Occupational Health and we believe that for many clients, part of the ‘return to normal life’ post major trauma injury includes the pathway to returning to the workplace.  We can provide support for clients working in active roles in:

  • Engineering
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture
  • Construction
  • Healthcare
  • Emergency services and Rescue personnel
  • Professional  & amateur Sports people
  • Leisure professionals
This client was involved in a RTC and was knocked off his motorbike. Through our functional rehabilitation programme, he was able to return to his love of walking and motorbiking and even started sailing!

As humans, we are designed to move our bodies and our Functional Rehabilitation Programmes are tailored to help our clients regain confidence in their bodies by rebuilding the foundations for movement.  Our functional rehabilitation assessments and programmes incorporate evidence based clinical and functional testing to clearly define base-line measurements and progress made.  We provide an individual report at the end of the rehabilitation programme to demonstrate a client’s progress and in addition, we collect the data from all our clients to be able to demonstrate the clinical effectiveness of our intervention.  Please ask us for a copy of our outcome measure data – we are proud of our results!

Ultimately, we want to enable clients to sustain progress and gain self-confidence for independence from therapy, help them to understand their body’s capabilities, how to manage day to day;  ensure they have the tools to continue the journey ahead, and to have integrated fully into work when appropriate, and ensure integration back into non medical physical activity programmes.

To achieve this we focus on addressing the challenges and fears surrounding the client’s recovery, setting meaningful client agreed functional goals, deliver pain education, pacing advice to prevent ‘boom & bust’, graded exposure techniques, graded exposure to exercise programmes, walking programmes to incorporate gait re-education, specific life and/or work functional tasks. 

Lifestyle and Wellbeing advice using FirstBeat Life assessments, looking at routine, sleep, diet, exercise and stress factors by measuring Heart Rate Variability, is also incorporated in to all of our programmes.  This non-invasive small ECG like device provides a unique and specialist analysis of the interaction between exercise, sleep and stress factors which impact the body’s ability for recovery.  Our specialist FirstBeat clinicians are trained to interpret the results from these assessments and help aid recovery and restoration towards long term wellbeing.

All our intervention takes place in the community. We have three types of delivery service for our programmes:

  • Face to Face
  • Hybrid (some face to face ad some virtual)
  • Virtual

Each of our programmes consist of 9 x 1.5hr sessions and are always delivered 1-2-1. With our face to face or hybrid programmes, we conduct the sessions in the settings that the specific task needs to be achieved, that might be at the client’s home, gym, workplace or in and around their local community.

What about the team! Our team are nationwide and we can provide our service in most areas across the U.K.  We are very proud of our talented specialist physio team, who are all hand-picked for their expertise in working with people who have suffered major trauma injury. They have made it successfully through our robust recruitment process and in-house training before taking their first case.  Our Clinical Operations Manager Jayne Ward, oversees each client’s rehabilitation programme from the point of referral though to discharge, ensuring clinical governance and best practice is operating at an outstanding level at all times. 

Our Business and Customer Relationship Manager, Lindsay Shuttleworth is the first point of contact for you.  If you have a client who wants and needs to be getting back to an active life following a major trauma injury, and you would like to know more about our service, Lindsay can help you identify the right pathway ahead.  From point of referral, she will activate the clinical team, co-ordinate the client onboarding process and tailor communication updates and discussions with the referrer throughout the course of rehabilitation so that everything runs smoothly.

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Rehabilitation down the farm

This client had several horses. Our functional rehabilitation programme had our clinician 'down on the farm' with a task specific focus to enable her to look after her horses again.

Services provided by Designed2Move

An employee working from a wheelchair at a height adjusted control platform illustrating the reasonable adjustments required when returning to work from major trauma injuries

D2M Face to Face Functional Rehabilitation Assessment + REPORT

• 3hr face to face evidence based clinical and functional rehabilitation
• assessment at a suitable venue ( home, workplace, gym).
• In-depth interview, clinical examination, outcome measures, functional tests, obstacles to recovery, identification of client focused goals.
• Clear presentation of the baseline objective markers for your client to evaluate progress throughout FRP.

As per our Face to Face assessment, however it is split over two sessions. The first session is virtual and allows time for the in‐depth interview with the client.

The second part of the assessment will be delivered face to face, to complete functional and clinical examinations.

  • 3-4 day assessment using Firstbeat Life technology
  • Completion of PROMS
  • 2 x 90 minute Virtual assessment sessions to review Firstbeat assessment results, PROMS, health status and functional testing
  • Identification of client goals and clear presentation of baseline objective markers for evaluating progress.
  • 9 x 1.5 hr rehab sessions (starting weekly) delivered in client’s community/ home/workplace
  • Case work
  • Updates to case manager
  • Reassessment – repeat of outcomes measures and functional tests, review of progress towards goals
  • 1 discharge report
  • Home exercise equipment
  • Firstbeat Life Assessments if indicated
  • 4 x 1.5hr Face to Face and 5 x 1.5 hr Virtual rehab sessions (starting weekly) delivered in client’s community
  • Case work
  • Updates to case manager
  • Reassessment – repeat of outcomes measures and functional tests, review of progress towards goals
  • 1 discharge report
  • Home exercise equipment
  • Firstbeat Life Assessments if indicated
  • 9 x 1.5 hr Virtual rehab sessions (starting weekly)
  • Case work
  • Updates to case manager
  • 1 x Firstbeat Life Reassessment
  • Home exercise equipment
  • 1 x 3 hr Virtual Reassessment (conducted over 1‐3 sessions) repeat of PROMS, functional testing and progress made toward goals
  • 1 x Discharge report

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While many standard therapy providers struggle to provide meaningful outcomes and evidence for complex cases, at Designed2Move we specialise in doing just that.

Whilst the concept of FRP might be well known to some of you, it is sadly not applied to full benefit for many clients. So how do we apply it for our clients and what are the results?

Client G was referred to Designed2Move in April 2020 by his case manager following an incident in November 2019, where a car collided with client G as a pedestrian on his birthday as he was walking to the theatre. Client G sustained a skull fracture, head injury and T2 and L4 fractures. As a result of the head injury and several brain hemorrhages client G wore a spinal brace for 8 weeks. The spinal fractures were managed conservatively. However, client G also had a 5-year history of backpain and sciatica prior to the index incident, which complicated the pain he was experiencing further. Prior to this incident to manage his persistent sciatica symptoms client G was a frequent swimmer, particularly enjoying outdoor swimming, where he felt the cooler water in addition to the movement assisted with his pain management. He also attended yoga classes 4 times a week and regularly enjoyed walking with his wife. As a result of his injuries, he had not been fit to return to these activities & experienced significant physical deconditioning, increase of his persistent pain symptoms in addition to the pain sustained with the index incident, and consequently he was also experiencing low mood as a result of not engaging with his usual activities. Client G was referred to Designed2Move to assist the process of returning to physical activity and restoring function, exploring the possibilities of what full physical potential would now look like for the client.

At the start of the Functional Rehabilitation Programme (FRP) the coronavirus pandemic had caused massive disruption to the UK, and therefore all therapeutic input had to be remote. In addition to musculoskeletal pain and general deconditioning Client G was struggling with significant fatigue symptoms, short term memory loss, vestibular issues & some visual disturbances. He had already received some basic vestibular exercises, which he perceived were helping. He had also been referred to Commitment & Acceptance therapy input, which was to run alongside the remote FRP.

We have a well proven process for client rehabilitation that stems from extensive clinician experience combined with evidence based approaches, and here is a snapshot of how it worked in practice for this client.

Step 1 – Identifying the client’s problems and goals.

  1. Problem 1 - Had not returned to swimming. Outdoor swimming in particular posed more challenges, due to current in the water and ability to turn the head and swim in a straight line. Due to national lockdown indoor pools were not open, therefore this was not an option to build up his stamina & confidence.
    Goal 1 – Swim 300m, then 1500m front crawl outdoors.

  2. Problem 2 – Had not returned to yoga. Whilst the vestibular issues posed some challenges, and again national lockdown meant that he was unable to return to classes face to face, he had struggled to return to practice at home, and was un-motivated to try online classes.
    Goal 2 – To return to home practice of yoga for 30 minutes x 3 /week.

  3. Problem 3 - Severe fatigue symptoms, impacting his energy levels to get through the day. In addition to the impact on his usual home activities, such as ability to cook and interact with his family, client G was a part time online university lecturer. He reported that due to the additional cognitive challenges since his brain injuries that it was taking him 3-4 times longer to complete tasks such as marking.
    Goal 3 – To restore a sustainable balance of productivity and recovery throughout the day, enabling him to engage more effectively & consistently in work, hobbies and home life.

Step 2 - Finding solutions - determining the best rehabilitation approach and an individualised programme

  1. Solution 1 - Discussed & put into place a graded exposure plan to safely return to outdoor swimming. This required careful consideration, including safely & managing risk factors associated with returning to the activity. Client G shared with the staff supervising the lake an overview of his condition, and initially as he returned his wife drove him to the lake. The restricted numbers allowed in the lake at once due to coronavirus restrictions offered a quieter experience, enabling him to pace himself as his built up his stamina & confidence in the water, and stopping regularly to ensure that he was swimming in a straight line. He steadily increased the number of sessions he completed each week, adding in new locations, and also the distance he covered in each session. At home he also completed some proprioception, mobility and strengthening exercises, which supported his return to outdoor swimming.

  2. Solution 2 - This was interesting, and a holistic approach to the psychological & social factors associated to returning to this activity were important to explore. At first client G felt the best way was to ‘schedule it’, like a work task, and the accountability of the clinician checking up on him would help re-establish the routine. We discussed trying just 5 minutes twice in the week, to assist the process of making it easy & achievable to get going. However; the following week he stated he received the diary reminder & felt un-motivated to participate. Discussion around the experience face-to-face classes gave client G helped identify why he would struggle to engage with online classes, and how he could re-connect with the feelings the experience gives him to introduce yoga at home. Specific yoga moves were prioritised & home exercises to assist with head movements in various yoga positions to improve proprioception was also gradually re-introduced.

  3. Solution 3 - Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment is a heart rate variability monitor, and was used during the programme. Client G wore the monitor for 3 days at a time, and completed an activity diary at the same time. This gave objective physiological data & insights into what activities were impacting his recovery balance. The results were interesting and again it was important to address the psychological & social factors alongside this to restore a balance of productivity & recovery. A key learning points was that just because an activity was enjoyable did not mean that it boosted his body’s recovery resources. For example cooking, listening to the radio, reading, and talking to his wife with a cup of tea in the garden were all activities that he enjoyed but were also cognitively demanding, and therefore did not provide the daytime recovery that he was expecting. However, short naps and sitting quietly did provide daytime recovery, which he learned was needed to ‘off-set’ the cognitively demanding activities and initial increase of physical activity. Initially he was also reluctant to nap or sit quietly as he had felt that was a step backwards in his recovery, and to some degree a sense of guilt that he should be ‘doing’; however, the physiological data helped demonstrate the impact of the different daytime activities and recovery strategies, and he was then content to change his daytime routine.

Step 3 – Measuring Results

  1. Result 1 - With all Designed2Move cases we evaluate a number of clinical outcome measures and review client goals setting for progress against the original assessment measurements. Our client’s goal setting progress for swimming was measured using the Patient Specific Functional Scale. At the initial FRP session mid June the client scored his own ability to manage 300m front crawl swim as 4/10, within only 3 weeks he scored himself 10/10 for managing this goal, demonstrating self-efficacy was an important part of returning to outdoor swimming. 1 month later he also scored himself 10/10 swimming 1500 front crawl without stopping. Therefore, further goals were set – he wanted to swim 4km within 6 weeks, which he achieved towards the end of September 2020. As the autumn/winter approached, it was water temperatures rather than stamina that impacted the distances he swam.

  2. Result 2 - Following an in-depth discussion around the psychological and social factors influencing return to yoga practice at home, client G was able to quickly progress himself to completing 30 minutes of yoga at home 3 times a week. He continued to be then self-motivated to challenge himself with more advanced poses, and towards the end of the programme had started to challenge himself with poses that he found difficult even before index injuries.

  3. Result 3 - Noticing the benefits of altering his recovery strategies, client G was able to see what his day involved, including work tasks, hobbies and home life, and consider what recovery strategies he would need. Over time this evolved as his stamina involved, and he developed a real sense of what sort and how much recovery he would need. Objectively this was reflected with his Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment (heart rate variability) data. In May 2020 client G had a stress/recovery balance score of 31/100, which increased to 47/100 by August 2020. This demonstrates an improvement in his ability to increase his body’s resources throughout the day. Furthermore his 3 day sleep score in May 2020 was 61/100, which had improved to 76/100 by August 2020. An increase of physical activity and implementing a different evening routine assisted with his physiological recovery and restorative effect of sleep, which again assisted with him working towards his goal of restoring a sustainable balance of productivity and recovery throughout the day. Finally, from a personal perspective, client G developed a reflective writing practice to help him understand his journey.


Client G made great progress over the 8-month period that he worked with Designed2Move. The Acceptance & Commitment Therapist support also complimented his functional rehabilitation as he rebuilt his life and explored his physical capabilities.

Aside from yoga and returning to outdoor swimming, a passion that gave him a great sense of fulfillment and joy, by the end of the programme he was also enjoying more activities with his family. He had walked 5 miles with his wife, and spontaneously lifted his grandson over a stile. He was able to contribute to various work projects & support students, which continued to give him a real sense of purpose.

We followed up with client G at the end of his rehabilitation programme, he reported “The therapy gave me a sense of ownership of my path to recovery – this suited my disposition. Importantly, I found I was listened to and the therapy was guided by my needs. The goal setting was around tasks that were important to me, focusing on what I valued – improving my balance, walking and swimming. The Firstbeat assessment was a useful tool as well, this raised my awareness of strategies I could employ to manage my ongoing fatigue. It illuminated the stressful activities I engaged in and gave legitimacy to taking planned periods during the day to rest. Up until that point I resisted taking time out, going for a nap etc, I almost felt guilty for not being able to cope with life in the same ways as before.

I have developed a renewed confidence in my ability to take on new challenges. For example, I have returned to outdoor swimming (no-wetsuit) through the winter. To get to the local lake I have to walk one mile over often wet and sometimes frozen slippery ground. I am now doing this with confidence and ease. I can now lift my three year old grandson out of the bath and even over a fence when we go for a walk. I do this with a confidence that I did not have even before the accident.

This approach can be life changing for you and those around you.

Here are a few words from the case manager who referred client G to Designed2Move services:

“This was difficult to help client for two reasons – one was just due to logistics of Covid as the client was shielding so there would be no face-to-face contact. Secondly was that the client was very knowledgeable about his pre-existing physical problems; he was very much an expert on his own condition and health issues. So I wasn’t sure there was much scope for improvement. But, I knew I needed a more creative, innovative physio provider for exactly those reasons! So I applied for funding for the Designed2Move programme with a ‘realistic’ optimism and a feeling that if anyone could make the difference with this client it would be a D2M clinician. Designed2Move were fantastic and really took on the challenge positively. The clinician created space in the client’s thought processes around his physical situation and expanded that space so that he was able to change things he was doing for the better. Her work really made a difference.”

Discover the 3 critical steps we use in functional rehabilitation programmes (FRPs) to set up a trauma client for successful outcomes.

While many standard therapy providers struggle to provide meaningful outcomes and evidence for complex cases, at Designed2Move we specialise in doing just that. Whilst the concept of FRP might be well known to some of you, it is sadly not applied to full benefit for many clients. So how do we apply it for our clients and what are the results?

Client A was referred to us in 2018 by his case manager and solicitor following sustaining serious injuries whilst spectating at a sports event. He sustained right tibia and fibula fractures, with the tibia fractured in 2 places. He was airlifted from the scene and once at hospital underwent surgery. At the start of rehabilitation there were ongoing concerns about non-union of the fracture sites, and there was also an associated acquired brain injury for which the client was receiving neuropsychology input.

At Designed2Move we have a well proven process for client rehabilitation that stems from a wealth of clinician experience combined with evidence based approaches, and working exclusively in the serious injury field. Here is a snapshot of how it worked in practice for this client.

Step 1 - Identifying the client’s problems and goals

  1. Problem 1 - The client was unable to take his daughter to the local park as not able to walk far enough without pain. At assessment we conducted a walk test; the distance covered was approximately 50% below that expected for someone uninjured of the same age and gender Goal 1 – to be able to walk to the local park (and back) independently – 30-40 minutes each way.

  2. Problem 2 – The client was unable to squat with ease, which was impacting home life - chores, gardening and sharing child care duties (plus a new baby on the way) Goal 2 – to be able to squat with greater ease so as to keep up with home needs and help prepare capacity for return to work.

  3. Problem 3 – The client was unable to push a motorbike up a ramp for work as a motorbike mechanic. Goal 3 – to have the capacity (lower limb strength and balance) and confidence to push a motorbike up a ramp without assistance.

Step 2 - Finding solutions - determining the best rehabilitation approach and an individualised programme

  1. Solution 1 - Improving walking mobility and fitness – this was facilitated via a combination of homebased exercises for mobility, balance and lower limb strength, combined with a progressive daily walking programme using a pedometer using the walking routes to the park that the client had identified.

  2. Solution 2 - Improving lower limb function - mobility, kneeling and squatting mobility - this was facilitated via the home exercise programme, when at the park using the agility play equipment to build confidence with changing body positions and loading, and then applying this into the home setting whenever possible.

  3. Solution 3 - Preparing physical capacity for return to work - whilst working on Goals 1 and 2, the intention was to start building in walking up ramps, and then combining pushing objects up ramps. However, due to circumstances beyond the control of the client he was made redundant from that role. As a result, work focused rehabilitation became about building up general physical capacities so that he could consider as wide a range of active physical jobs in the future.

Step 3 - Measuring Results

  1. Result 1 - with all Designed2Move cases we evaluate a number of clinical outcome measures and review client goals setting for progress against the original assessment measurements. The client’s goal setting progress can be seen in the graph below based on using the Patient Specific Functional Scale. We also used a specific walking function test which measures distance over a certain time period, and the client increased his walking test distance by 68% between the start and the end of the programme, which was only 14 metres short of the predicted distance for an uninjured individual.

  2. Result 2 - Lower Limb Function & Mobility. Client A made improvement across a wide range of lower limb functional tests and measurements, from a practical perspective being able to return to engaging in all the home activities that he needed. These improvements were further evidenced by a clinically significant improvements in scores on the “Timed sit to stand” test (doubling his speed to complete the test) and on the Lower Extremity Functional scale questionnaire, where his score improved by 29 points from 43/80 - 72/80 (where a change of 9 points is deemed clinically significant)

  3. Result 3 - Return to work - although client A did not return to his original job during his rehabilitation due to circumstances beyond his control, he did regain a wide range of physical capacities in order to support him in applying new roles. At the start of the programme client A scored in the ”high risk” group for risk of musculo-skeletal related long term work absence. At the end of his programme he was in the ”very low” risk group and later was able to return to work part time in a new role.


Client A made great progress over 18 sessions in a time period of 16 months, this included 2 reassessment points (one at 4 months and one at 16 months). This included a wide variety of approaches some of which we have highlighted above. In this case all sessions were carried out face to face, at the client's home, or in the surrounding area and local park. The client was also strongly encouraged to complete his home exercise programme between rehabilitation sessions, which supported his recovery. Our functional rehabilitation programme was delivered alongside other members of the multidisciplinary team including neuropsychology and occupational therapy, some of whose interventions overlapped with Designed2Move and / or continued after our programme was completed.

We followed up with client A a little more than 12 months after his rehabilitation programme with us closed, he reported that he was “in a good place. I’m working hard around the house with the chores whilst my wife is home schooling our 6yr old daughter and our baby is 2 and goes to nursery part time two mornings a week. We are working well as a team.....I’m back at work - working at a holiday park in a maintenance role. I’m finding it easy to do the tasks required – really enjoying it – I’m working part time 2-3 days per week. The Designed2Movetherapist was amazing, please pass on my regards!”

At Designed2Move we focus exclusively on helping personal injury clients maximise their success and progress with their physical rehabilitation, often working alongside other members of a multidisciplinary team where appropriate. We have built our services on the wealth of experience of our clinicians across many areas of clinical practice with MSK injuries and pain, orthopaedics, amputee rehabilitation and sports rehabilitation. Across our service our clients demonstrate clinically significant improvements in reaching their goals improvement – from an average score of 3/10 at assessment, to 8/10 at reassessment, and with over 94% of client’s reporting they have returned to work or are ready to return to work.

In 2018 I had a road accident, colliding head on with a HGV lorry on a country lane corner as the driver was travelling on the wrong side of the road. As a result I broke the patella bone in my left knee and also sustained injuries to my back and neck.

Before working with Designed 2 Move, I had lost all confidence and connection with my body due to my accident and had high levels of health anxiety. I was unable to stand for longer than five minutes without severe lower back pain and had no strength in my left leg. I hadn't exercised since before my accident and was very rigid in my movement.

My biggest concern about working with Designed 2 Move was stepping out of what had become my new comfort zone and being pushed to a level that I did not feel comfortable with. This didn't happen at any point as my clinician Keith worked at my pace with patience and understanding and helped me every step of the way. Keith was very clear from the start that I was in charge of the process and he was there to guide and help me.

I cannot speak highly enough of my clinician Keith. He took the time to get to know me and how best I learned and discovered quickly that due to health anxiety, I liked to know the connection between body and mind and what was happening in my brain during movement and feelings of discomfort. He put me in the drivers seat completely and really worked on the trust I had in my body as well as regaining the strength and movement. We started off with frequent sessions whilst I was in the early stages and slowly eased off to monthly sessions so that I could gain confidence and independence, looking inward for answers and guidance. We worked on strengthening my leg, stretching my back and opening up my hips. In addition to this we worked on touch sensitivity around my knee that had become a real problem for me.

The thing I liked the most about Designed 2 Move's work was it was very much focused on - what now? Life post-accident, post cast, post returning to work but right in the midst of getting to know your body again.

I have managed to hit all of the goals Keith and I set out in my first session. I was so proud of myself during the last session, seeing how far I had come because for me, as well as the physical aspects, I had learnt to trust in my body again. I had real strength in my left leg again and as a result, I couldn't fall back on past excuses that previously I may have.

One of the best things to come out of my sessions is how connected I feel to what is going on with my body and how kind I now am in responding to any twinges during movement. I am able to assess the situation in a calm way and recognise that my body is healed but may feel moments of discomfort or fatigue, just like any other body.

Designed 2 Move helped with my confidence and with my drive to get back into physical training. It also helped me gain patience and understanding with myself. I am now able to sleep more comfortably and move more freely.

My husband has really benefited from my progression as he has been able to see the confidence I have gained in moving my body again and through that, a deeper sense of independence. Keith made sure that my husband was an integral part of my progress, acting as a real support system for me.

I would advise anybody to start a programme with Designed 2 Move if they needed help physically. I have gone from strength to strength and that is purely from the work I did with within the programme. It can be a scary thing to decide you are going to show up for your body again and in turn it is going to show up for you. There will be set backs and confidence may start low but if you give it your all, the wins will start off small and soon what seemed like a goal you might never reach is something you can't wait to tell your clinician you've achieved.

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