Mrs Lisa-Marie Harris

Mrs Lisa-Marie Harris

Lisa Harris

Speech therapy 30017694


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About me

The Brain Injury Clinic was founded to provide neuro-rehabilitation in the Surrey community in 2004 by Consultant Speech, Language and Cognitive Therapist Lisa Harris.

Lisa is highly experienced in Neuro-rehabilitation. Since qualifying in 1995 she has held posts at St George’s Hospital, Atkinson Morley, and the Wolfson Medical Rehabilitation Cente, London. She has been head of department of two neurological rehabilitation units, Unsted Park and The Brain Injury Centre; as well as a clinical tutor at City University, London.

Lisa assists The London Neurosurgery Partnership team at the Harley Street Clinic, London, in their awake craniotomy procedures, providing intra-operative assessment and rehabilitation.

She has a special interest in aphasia and cognitive communication disorder, and is an advisor to the Stroke Assocation for Aphasia. She is involved in two national projects to improve the lives of those affected by communication and cognitive difficulties in affiliation with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Lisa is dedicated to the treatment and support of patients suffering from a communication disorder in the community. She specialises in the treatment and care of patients who have had a stroke, brain tumour, head injury, Parkinson‘s or Motor Neurone disease.

Areas of interest

Stroke; Head Injury; Parkinson’s disease; brain tumour; multiple sclerosis; Alzheimer’s and dementia, motor neurone disease:
That can result in Aphasia; dysarthria; dysgraphia; dyspraxia; cognitive communication disorder.
All ages.

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Procedures completed

  • AA912

    Follow on speech therapy session - (5-50)

  • AA911

    Initial speech therapy session - (5-50)

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