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Treatment for Movement Disorders




Neurological physiotherapy involves improving movement through a variety of different techniques which include:
  • Strengthening exercises
  • Stretching exercises
  • Range of movement exercises
  • Balance training
  • Core stability exercises
  • Vestibular rehabilitation looking at a combination of coordination, balance, posture and movement.
Your physiotherapist will initially assess how you move and look at your muscle strength and ability with basic functional activities. A structured and progressive rehabilitation programme will then be developed between you and your physiotherapist. Physiotherapy treatment will be tailored to your needs and will maximise your physical potential.


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