Ricard Prats

Ricard Prats

Richard got his Physiotherapy degree in 2002 in the EU Blanquerna. The same year he began his work experience, working for three years as a physiotherapist in different special education schools, occupational centers and rehabilitation services; attending children, young people and adults with neurological pathologies. Then he continues his work experience in special education schools until 2018. Curious about pediatric neurology in 2003, he studied the "Postgraduate Course in Physiotherapy in Pediatrics" (EU Blanquerna), ending in 2004.
To expand her training in neurology, in 2011 she started the "Master in Rehabilitation in Neurology: Practical application of assessment and treatment" (EU Gimbernat - UAB). He finished it in 2013 with the final work "Physical Therapy based in Bobath concept in gait disorders of children with chromosomopathy".
In the master's degree, he assist the "Introduction to the Bobath Concept, Normal Movement" course with Bettina Paeth and the "Basic Course in Recognition and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Disorders - Bobath Concept" with Bettina Paeth and Anne-Marie Boyle As well as the "Introduction to the Bobath Concept in Pediatrics" course with Marisa Frontera. He also completes the "Introductory Course to the Cognitive Therapeutic Concept (Perfetti)" and is formed in other techniques and treatment concepts in the field of neurology, such as the Halliwick Concept. He finished the training in this concept for aquatic therapy in 2013 with the "Basic Course Halliwick".
In 2016 he carried out the "Postgraduate Course for the Specialized Treatment of Sensory-Motor Disorders of Cerebral Origin according to the Bobath Concept" (Pediatric Ward of the San Juan de Déu Hospital - UB) with Marisa Frontera and Evi Sideri. That same year also completes the "Course of Therapeutic Approach of the Upper Extremity and Manual Function in Pediatrics" (SEFIP).
From 2013 to September 2018, he combines his professional activities as a physiotherapist in a special education school, with group sessions in aquatic therapy (based on the Halliwick Concept), for children with neurological diseases. And since 2017, working at the NIN – Neurohabilitació Infantil (Child Neurological Habilitation) of Barcelona (coordinated by Marisa Frontera), where it continues today.
In October 2018, he started working at the Clínica de Neurorehabilitación (Clinic of
Neurological Rehabilitation) in Sant Cugat del Vallès.