What is Neurological Physiotherapy?

Neurological conditions affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves and include conditions such as Stroke, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Head injury or neuropathy along with vestibular conditions such as vertigo.

These conditions can affect the persons ability to achieve day to day tasks. A Neurological Physiotherapist works with you to gain movement and control improving the ability to achieve day to day tasks. Treatment can also be focused on maintenance of movement power and functional level for individuals with progressive conditions.

Why is a neurological physiotherapist better for me?

Damage to the nervous system can leave you feeling your muscles are weak or tight, your movements uncoordinated and balance poor. These movement issues may be accompanied with tremor, spasm, altered sensation and pain. Neurological physiotherapists have additional post graduate training and clinical experience to address these issues by numerous techniques, involving the release and alignment of muscles to facilitate movement increase range of motion and improve stability necessary to achieve efficient movement.



When I started with you we did not expect for such a result - with all my various bits working well. Thanks again and all the very best

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