APA Neurological Physiotherapist
James is an experienced Neurological Physiotherapist with degrees in both Physiotherapy (UniSA) and Clinical Neuroscience (University College London). James has also completed a PhD in balance and gait at the University of New South Wales. James has gained extensive clinical experience in both neurological and vestibular rehabilitation including as Clinical Specialist in Neurology at St Georges Hospital, London in 2003-2005 and as Director of James McLoughlin NeuroPhysiotherapy from 2005-2016.
James has been involved in research into Balance and human movement at a number of institutions, including the Sobell Department of Motor Neuroscience and Movement Disorders, Institute of Neurology, Queen Square (London), Neuroscience Research Australia (Sydney), Flinders University and the Repatriation General Hospital (Adelaide).
James is part-time Senior Lecturer in the Department of Rehab, Aged and Extended care at Flinders University and co-coordinator of Neurological Physiotherapy and Neurological Occupational Therapy Masters programs. In addition, James is director of a large neurological and vestibular rehabilitation practice in Adelaide, neurophysiotherapy.com.au
James describes himself as ‘a great scavenger of information ‘ and is passionate about providing the best care and support for his patients, in addition to providing relevant neuroscientific and clinical education for health professionals, patients and carers. James has conducted over 25 professional development courses since 2009 and has been an invited speaker at 13 different local, national and international clinical and research conferences.