Neurological Physiotherapy

What is Neurological Physiotherapy?

Neuro physiotherapy is focused on treating any damage caused to your nervous system, this can include brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerve injury. This often means that messages from the brain are not reaching certain parts of your body which can impair movement and sensation.
The specialist team at Equinox prepare bespoke rehabilitation programmes for neurological conditions such as:
● Stroke
● Multiple Sclerosis
● Parkinsons
● Spinal Cord Injury
● Traumatic and Acquired Brain Injury
● Peripheral Nerve Injury

Neurological symptoms 

Every patient is different and symptoms can vary from reduced mobility, uncontrolled movements, less balance to spasms and pain. These can impact your everyday life, independence and mental health. We can improve these symptoms with a focused rehabilitation programme.

How can Equinox help you?

For us, it’s all about delivering an engaging and friendly treatment for our clients.
Our experienced neuro physiotherapy team, whether at our clinic in Cross Hands or at a home visit, will conduct a thorough assessment of your injury or condition.

Neuro-Physiotherapy Approach

We apply an eclectic holistic approach which evaluates normal and abnormal movement in individuals who have experienced a neurological illness or injury.

Your treatment plan will aim to improve quality of life and to make daily tasks more manageable. It will also focus on reducing muscle deterioration, improving your strength and range of movement. The techniques will include passive and active movements.

We will set manageable goals to encourage the brain to communicate with your body. Your programme will adapt depending on your changing needs and requirements. We take a team approach to our treatments to make sure you receive the best possible care. 

Since 2001

Who we work with

Equinox physiotherapy has been built on partnership and collaboration. We work alongside and manage referrals from a variety of organisations in the private and public sector.

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