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Neuro Physio

The 4 reasons why you might have experienced a deterioration in your physical abilities

–   APRIL 2021   –

The 4 reasons why you might have experienced a deterioration in your physical abilities


If you’ve recently been finding it much harder to do every-day physical activities that used be things you could confidently do independently, you’re not alone in this. We’ve found many of our neuro physio clients are experiencing a decline in their body conditioning and strength in recent months.

How a change in mobility impacts physical capability and the possible consequences

–   APRIL 2021   –

How a change in mobility impacts physical capability and the possible consequences


Any change in mobility can dramatically reduce people’s ability to function if they are living with a neurological disorder. Lockdown closures have resulted in limited activity taking place, with people confined to their homes for extensive periods of time. 

Talking about Traumatic Brain Injuries

–   JANUARY 2021   –

Active Edge Physiotherapy ImageTALKING ABOUT TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES

 

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an often unexpected, yet devastating event for a person and their family. Known as an injury to the brain by an external force, common causes include motor accidents, falls, being struck by an object or assault. Alongside being a major cause of lifelong disability, TBI’s are a complex injury with a huge spectrum of symptoms and outcomes – physically, mentally, socially and cognitively.

They can quite literally turn your life upside down in a matter of minutes.

Helping yourself over Christmas

–   DECEMBER 2020   –

Helping yourself over Christmas

 

As Christmas draws closer, many of our patients and carers heave a sigh of relief. It’s a time to relax,  eat, drink and be merry. A period for spending time with loved ones. A time to take a break from the rigours of day to day life.

Creating a physiotherapy plan with a complex disability

–   NOVEMBER 2020   –

Creating a physiotherapy plan with a complex disability

 

As neurological physiotherapists and specialists in treating clients with brain or spinal cord injuries or diseases, we understand how challenging the journey to recovery or robust maintenance of your condition can be. You want to feel like your condition is under control and you’re doing everything you can to alleviate the symptoms or reach those big goals. Some days, feeling great again may seem impossible, others you may celebrate small wins or gains with those you love.