Looking for a physiotherapist with proven results in stroke rehabilitation or neurological conditions? We can get real improvements in our client’s abilities as we guide them on their journey to rehabilitation. This is so rewarding, not just for the client but for our physiotherapists too.
Improving mobility, muscle strength, joint and limb control and impaired balance have a positive impact on performing normal daily activities. We can help our clients to fully embrace a good quality of life.
I need physiotherapy treatment for ….
Motor neurone disease
Action for improving your ability
We are experienced in treating conditions that affect the spinal cord, brain and peripheral nerves.
Physiotherapy can help with mobility, impaired muscle strength, reduce joint and limb control and impaired balance. Improving these have a positive effect on performing normal activities and fully embrace a good quality of life.
Our treatments are tailored and regularly progressed so they are safe and effective. This helps to reduce any pain and discomfort and improve ability and participation in everyday living. Our focus is on rehabilitation, slowing the physical deterioration, maximising ability and potential, and reaching goals.
Physiotherapy can help to rewire the brain by using neuroplastic training principles. This can help you to improve movement and independence in a range of everyday tasks such as improving:
- ability to sit, stand, walk and use arms
- strength and balance
- cardiovascular fitness.
We have a special interest in stroke rehabilitation supporting stroke survivors to continue to get significant recovery beyond the first 3 or 6 months.
Physiotherapy plays a vital role after stroke to help with the recovery of movement and sensation so that everyday activities can be performed. Our physiotherapists encourage active participation in daily exercises to get better recovery and will develop a daily exercise program to improve sensation, strength, balance and movement. We complement this with an active focus on motivation and expert advice.
Our physiotherapists will create a movement program that is targeted, intensive, meaningful and transferrable to a range of situations so the brain can learn to move more normally again.
Physiotherapy in the clients’ own home provides a unique opportunity to see the challenges of everyday living and allows functional rehabilitation using equipment within the home to support daily living.
Involving carers and family at home in the rehabilitation treatment program is beneficial. Being able to practice and reinforce daily exercises is helpful so that better results can be achieved for the client.