Philip is a Partner and Head of Client Innovation at CFG Law. He has extensive experience of supporting people with brain and other serious injuries.
He is the driving force behind CFG Law’s unique approach to early assessment, rehabilitation and support for all clients, focusing on his clients’ needs with a person-centred approach. Philip is passionate about continually striving to improve how the legal process can help injured people and their families.
He believes working closely with the healthcare sector is key to helping injured people and their families achieve the best outcomes following life-changing injuries. In particular, he works with leading clinicians and healthcare professionals, who are specialist in brain injuries, to ensure clients receive early diagnosis and a bespoke rehabilitation pathway.
Philip also has a keen interest in the continuing development of neuroscience in brain injuries, concussion and medical unexplained symptomatology. He is a member of the British Neuroscience Association and the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies.
Working in collaboration to improve brain injury rehabilitation
The seminar will be of interest to clinicians and HCPs and outlines new approaches to early intervention, rehabilitation and support for brain injured people. It will provide an insight into new ways to work together to help patients to benefit from early and comprehensive rehabilitation and treatment; a collaborative partnership with the aim of achieving better clinical outcomes.
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