ABOUT THERAPIES ON THAMES
Our company, Therapies on Thames, was founded in 2012 in Berkshire to help people improve their quality of life by providing personalised home rehabilitation services.
Experience shows that you’re more likely to get better and stay independent if rehabilitation happens in the comfort of your own home. We achieve it through Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech 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 maximise your independence by developing a personalised treatment plan for you. We give the highest quality care our expert therapists can provide to people in their homes in Berkshire, in London and across the south east.
We are all members of the Health and Care Professional Council and CRB checked.
Let us help you regain or maintain your independence at home
where rebuilding your life begins.
MEET OUR TEAM
Our founders are Thangaraj (Raj) Senniappan and Will Ferguson. They work with a highly skilled team of therapists to provide you with the best possible home rehabilitation services in Berkshire, London and the south east.
Thangaraj (Raj) Senniappan
Raj moved to England from India and founded Therapies on Thames Ltd in 2012. He’s worked in both the public and private sector, helping clients suffering from physical, mental, emotional issues and developmental disabilities to get better after illnesses and to lead independent and satisfying lives.
He’s treated people in all kinds of settings, including the NHS, private hospitals, intermediate care and care homes.
Raj has a friendly, compassionate nature. “I enjoy creating good working relationships with patients and colleagues and work together with patients to ensure their quality care, support and independence,” said Raj.
“I’m passionate about providing holistic rehabilitation services that are affordable and available seven days a week, and that people should be able to access our services immediately to maximise their outcome.”
He said: “My grandmother was a remarkable lady who was always active. She was driving at 92 and lived on her own in her house until she passed away. She inspired me to encourage others to remain active and healthy, and not let age stop her from doing what she wanted to.”
After gaining a BSc in physiological studies and an MSc in rehabilitation science (physiotherapy), Will worked at the Royal Berkshire Hospital (RBH) in Reading on ward rotations, part of that involved working with older patients and helping plan their discharge home.
He worked with Raj at RBH and later suggested he join him at Dunedin Hospital, Reading. Will was working in the musculoskeletal clinic and on the inpatient wards, while Raj provided occupational therapy on the wards to help manage patients with social needs.
Working together made them realise a need for private home rehab and Therapies on Thames was born.