Michèle qualified in 1981 from the Royal London Hospital and has specialised in paediatric neurology since 1983. Michèle is Bobath trained and has worked at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street, Newham and Tower Hamlets Paediatric Community services and The Portland Hospital, London. Michèle set up her private practice in Buckinghamshire in 1995 which specialises in the treatment of paediatric neurology.
Michèle has been heavily involved with the Dyspraxia Foundation for many years and was Chair of the charity from 2000 – 2004. In 2012 she was made Chair for the second time. She also is a member of the Medical and Educational panel for the Foundation. She has published a number of research articles on Dyspraxia and Co-ordination difficulties and written the book Co-ordination Difficulties – Practical Ways Forward. In addition, Sue Yoxall and Michele have presented a number of their research projects at international and UK conferences.
Michèle was awarded an MBE in the 2018 New Year Honours List for her work in Physiotherapy and for her Charity work, especially with the Dyspraxia foundation. Click here to read the press release.
Sue qualified from West Middlesex University Hospital in 1981 since when she has held senior posts in several specialities, both within the NHS and the private sector. These have included Out Patients, Occupational Health, Manual Handling and Elderly Rehabilitation.
Sue joined the Lee Medical Practice in 2001 and now lectures extensively with Michèle on D.C.D, in addition to their continuing research interests on the same subject.