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Getting better together

Our Rehab Physiotherapists have a vital and important role in neuro-rehabilitation in adult population. They are involved in preventing disease and disability, treating current conditions, managing inpatient care and following up in the community. .

Our Rehab Physiotherapists have a wide range of skills that can benefit many conditions suffered by adult/elderly people.

Our Neuro physiotherapists specialise in the assessment, treatment and long-term management of older people in their homes, in hospitals and in care homes.

          What do we treat

  • Neurological conditions such as Stroke and Parkinson’s disease

  • Complex physical disabilities

  • Learning Disability

  • Nerve injuries or Paralysis

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries

  • Cardiovascular conditions such as heart disease and angina

  • Falls

  • Fractures

  • Osteoporosis

  • Osteoarthritis and other arthritic conditions

  • Dementia and frailty

  • General weakness and reduced ability to do normal tasks

  • Reduced mobility

  • Wheelchair seating and Posture

  • Posture management for home, Leisure and at work


Improving your Quality of life

Our goal is to facilitate healing and restore efficient movement and comfort as quickly as possible. We achieve this through proven hands-on techniques, one-on-one therapy, individualized rehabilitation programs and bespoke treatment plans designed for each patient.​

  • Physiotherapists can advise on maintaining joint ranges of motion, increasing muscle strength, gait correction, the use of sticks and crutches, pacing activity and weight control.

  • Physiotherapists can help by devising exercise programmes to strengthen back muscles, encourage functional ability and increase bone density by promoting weight-bearing and balance activities

  • Postural stability is the main focus during rehabilitation

  • Functional rehabilitation

  • Wheelchair/Home Seating 

Senior Physiotherapy
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