Neurological physiotherapy is a type of rehabilitation that examines and treats physical difficulties caused by a neurological disorder.
How does Neurological Physiotherapy works?
Similarly to how a physical therapist treats patients who have movement issues due to injury or disease, neurological physical therapy treats and manages the symptoms of those who have nervous system damage in order to improve mobility and how a person functions in daily life.
What are the common conditions treated in Neurological Physiotherapy?
Damage to the central nervous system, which includes the brain and spinal cord, implies that brain messages do not reach the affected body parts. Loss of movement and sensation, disorganised movement, weak and floppy muscles, spasms, and tremor are all possible outcomes. Neurological physiotherapy can help the brain reactivate communication routes that aren't working and create new ones through repetitive motions and exercises. As a result, it can help with symptoms like loss of balance, loss of hand and arm function, loss of leg and foot function, walking, spasticity, and pain.
When the blood flow to a portion of the brain is interrupted or diminished, brain tissue is deprived of oxygen and nutrients, resulting in a stroke.
Parkinson's disease is a neurological condition that causes tremors, stiffness, and difficulty walking, balancing, and coordinating.
Multiple sclerosis is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord, which form the central nervous system and regulate our actions.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a sudden injury that causes damage to the brain. It may happen when there is a blow, bump, or jolt to the head.
Benefits of Neurological Physiotherapy
Better coordination and balance
Walking has been improved, and the damaged areas' function has been improved.
Increased endurance and stamina
Muscles in the affected area have more strength and are less tense.
Contracture are lessened.
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