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Published On: 27 August 2021Categories: News
  • Bex Yearworth is an experienced prosthetic limb technician.
  • Worked in prosthetics, orthotics, posture and mobility since 2015.
  • Highly skilled technical professional based in our Amersham clinic.
  • We are pleased to expand our technical team and continue our growth.
  • We welcome Bex to our team!

We are delighted to expand our team with the appointment of experienced prosthetic limb technician Bex Yearworth.

Working in prosthetics, orthotics, posture and mobility since 2015, Bex achieved a PDA in Rehabilitation Technologies from Glasgow Clyde College in 2019.

Bex is the first female technician to join Pace Rehabilitation’s specialist team and will be based at our Amersham clinic.

Toby Carlsson, founding director of Pace Rehabilitation, said:

“We are delighted to welcome Bex to our team of highly skilled and experienced technical professionals. Bex brings valuable insights and expertise to the team at Amersham, helping us to continue providing the highest quality prosthetics for our patients.

“Bex is the latest first-class appointment we’ve made in 2021 as we continue helping those who have sustained serious limb injuries to receive the leading services and care that Pace Rehabilitation is known for.”

Bex Yearworth said:

“I’m thrilled to join the team of prosthetic technicians at Pace Rehabilitation. I share their commitment to delivering excellent patient care and working collaboratively to push the boundaries in what can be achieved in modern prosthetics.”

Patients are referred to Pace Rehabilitation by law firms, insurers and case managers working with individuals who have sustained major trauma in road traffic accidents or workplace incidents.

Pace Rehabilitation was launched in 2003 by a small team of experienced clinicians who wanted to provide a more integrated approach to treating people who had sustained limb loss.

Our clinic now employs more than 40 staff across three sites in Amersham (Buckinghamshire), Bredbury (Cheshire), and Glasgow.

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