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Neurological Physiotherapy

Neurological Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that specialises in the treatment and management of people who have a neurological condition resulting from a defect or injury to their brain, spinal cord or nerves.

Damage to the nervous system can lead to physical symptoms such as: weakness, stiffness, spasms, loss of co-ordination, tremor, pain, altered sensation, fatigue, altered posture, difficulties with activities of daily living, walking and balance.

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Neurological Conditions Treated:
Stroke Neuropathy
Head Injury Charcot-Marie-Tooth
Multiple Sclerosis Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy
Parkinson’s Disease Transverse Myelitis
Spinal Cord Injury Muscular Dystrophy
Guillain-Barre Syndrome Motor Neurone Disease
Brain Tumour Encephalitis
Meningioma Ataxia
Arteriovenous Malformation Dystonia
Other neurological conditions

Neurological Physiotherapy focuses on identifying and addressing your symptoms and aims to maximise your individual potential and promote your functional independence.

Our Bobath trained Physiotherapist can carry out assessment and treatment in the clinic, within your home or care setting, or within your local community.

Treatment and advice is individually tailored to meet your needs and can be offered at any stage of your condition.