‘Rehabilitation matters for everyone


Our company, Therapies on Thames, was founded in 2012  to support  elderly people who would like to stay at home safely after illness or injury and improve their quality of life  by providing personalised  Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy services.

It is widely accepted that people – especially older people – recover quicker once they have been discharged from hospital and are back in the comfort of their own home, and this has been more paramount than ever during the current pandemic. How quickly they can be discharged will depend on a variety of things including mobility, support from family and friends, and after care therapy support requirements such as rehabilitation, Physiotherapy and Occupational therapy.

On discharge, a patient will be provided with a short- term reablement service by the NHS and social care, however this will often only last up to six weeks. This is where  Therapies on Thames can be most beneficial for everyone involved in terms of ongoing therapy support, and it is their aim to help the patient regain as much independence and remain safely living at home for as long as possible.

Goals for post hospital treatment vary depending on the person’s individual needs and might include regaining confidence, learning to use new mobility aids properly, adapting or regaining the ability to perform activities of daily living, and improving muscle strength, balance and coordination.

Experience shows that you’re more likely to get better and stay independent if rehabilitation happens in the comfort of your own home even after 6 weeks. We achieve it through home visit Physiotherapy and  Occupational Therapy or through a combination of specialties.

What makes us special?

Our therapists understand the complexities of rehabilitation and offer complete therapy management, periodic treatments or one-off consultations, working closely with you, your family or carers and referrers.

Our main aim is to provide one stop service to  maximise your independence and quality of life by developing a personalised treatment plan for you . We give the highest quality therapy to people in their homes or care homes in Berkshire, Oxfordshire , Windsor and Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire  and across the south east.

What we offer?

  • Home visit Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Service for those who are housebound. ( We come to you),
  • Residential ( inpatient) Rehabilitation Service – For those who are struggling to manage at home post discharge  from hospital or illness. We work with local care homes which we can arrange an inpatient rehabilitation to support you and your family to have respite and return home safely when appropriate.
  • Outpatient clinics for Elderly– We offer specialists clinics like  Stroke clinics, Parkinson’s Clinic and Strength and balance clinic for our elderly people in West  of Berkshire which is based in WADE day centre in Wokingham.
  • Care home in reach service– We work with number of care homes to provide timely Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy service for their residents to improve their quality of life and prevent deterioration in their health and wellbeing .

We are all members of the Health and Care Professional Council and DBS checked.


We help you regain or maintain your independence at home
Therapies on Thames is where rebuiding your life begins…

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We are a rehabilitation service provider with a highly skilled and specialised  team of Physiotherapists/Occupational Therapists to provide you with the best possible rehabilitation services for elderly people.

Founder and Managing Director

I’m Raj. As a Founder and Managing Director at Therapies on Thames Ltd, a rehabilitation service provider for the elderly, I am passionate about making rehabilitation accessible to elderly people at every stage of their lives through our fantastic team of physiotherapists and Occupational therapists. I am a hardworking, dynamic professional with a wealth of experience working in the health and social care sector and private sector with strong leadership as well relationship building skills.

These inherent qualities and a strong spirit of cooperation allow me to provide the highest quality of care to clients and patients, supporting and contributing to Therapies on Thames’ growth and prosperity.

I have achieved successful outcomes on projects such as rightsizing care by working closely with amazing care providers who are looking to find new ways of working and contributing to the NHS. Alongside social care and customer safety, these providers work to effectively set up discharging and assessing beds, health and social care integration projects and setting up private inpatient rehabilitation beds in Berkshire and Oxfordshire. I have also been working alongside local care homes, implementing a physiotherapy and occupational therapy service which enhances residents’ quality of life, and helping staff to achieve best practice.

I have also been working with local care homes and established 10 bedded inpatient rehabilitation units in Berkshire and Oxfordshire for self-funders, those who are in need of respite and rehabilitation services, either after a discharge from hospital or to prevent them from being admitted to hospitals.

It is my dream to establish a one-stop-shop nationwide for elderly people who are in need of ongoing rehabilitation throughout their life no matter where they live, whether it’s in their own homes, sheltered accommodation, or in care homes, by working with various agencies, NHS teams or charities who are committed to supporting the needs of elderly people.

I am truly passionate about rehabilitation( Home visit Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy service)  for the elderly , to support them to live a longer and safer life, as well as deeply compassionate to those who have a wide range of needs.  I have a specialist interest in Parkinson’s disease management and elderly care, and I have the honour of delivering the highest quality of care through my roles in the NHS, social care and my private rehabilitation service – Therapies on Thames.”