At Manchester Neuro Physio there are no waiting lists and we are therefore able to offer early intervention. Our physiotherapists also work directly with occupational therapists who can offer further equipment and treatment should it be required.
All our clinics are fully accessible enabling us to provide neurological assessments / treatment to clients of all levels of disability. Each clinic has excellent facilities for neurological rehabilitation.
Manchester Neuro Physio provide physiotherapy assessments and treatment in the comfort of your own home. This service is often utilised by patients that have difficulty attending clinic appointments or for those that are experiencing difficulty performing everyday tasks at home.
Manchester Neuro Physio can assess your home environment and provide you with suitable recommendations for aids or adaptations to retain or regain your independence.
Manchester Neuro Physio provide intensive courses of neurological physiotherapy. If required, you can be seen by your physiotherapist on a daily basis.
24 hour assessments are carried out by our specialist physiotherapists. This service is provided nationwide. Your physiotherapist will assess you from the moment you wake until you go to bed.
Reports commonly written include GPs / consultants clinic letters, letters to your workplace and referral letters to other medical professionals.
The expert neurological physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio provide medico legal reports in relation to medical negligence and personal injury litigation.
Everyone with a neurological condition can benefit from a personal exercise programme. Following your initial assessment the specialist physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio will design a personal exercise programme that is unique to you.
Manchester Neuro Physio provide a specialist exercise programme to reduce the risk of falls, increase your confidence and increase your mobility.
Manchester Neuro Physio provide exercise and education classes for groups of patients, carers and organisations.
Manchester Neuro Physio provide nationwide in-house training for care teams and organisations.
Treatment consists of the insertion of very fine needles into the skin. Acupuncture is one of the most rapidly growing complementary therapies in the UK.
Electrotherapy is commonly used to treat pain and muscle weakness caused by neurological conditions. The most common electrotherapies used by Manchester Neuro Physio are Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES).
Hydrotherapy is a water based treatment provided by the physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio. You do not need to be able to swim have hydrotherapy treatment. The pool has shallow areas, allowing you to exercise well within your depth.
The SaeboFlex is a revolutionary, custom made, mechanical device used with individuals with limited hand, elbow and shoulder movement following stroke, head injury, incomplete spinal cord injury, and cerebral palsy.
The SaeboReach, along with an intensive rehabilitation programme, is a highly effective for maximizing arm and hand recovery. The SaeboReach is similar to the SaeboFlex but also includes a custom-made above-elbow attachment.
The SaeboStretch is an award winning, innovative, dynamic hand splint designed to help prevent joint damage while improving and maintaining the range of motion of the wrist and hand.
FES is used as an everyday device to assist with movement (for example picking up your foot whilst walking) and also functionally in treatment sessions.
CIMT works by producing 'rewiring' of the brain; this means that a larger part of the brain becomes active when producing movement of the weaker arm. This programme is underpinned by several research studies which have proven benefits, particularly for stroke patients.
Serial casting is a treatment technique used by Manchester Neuro Physio to maintain or increase muscle length and joint range of movement in adults and children.
Thermoplastic splinting is a treatment technique used by Manchester Neuro Physio to position joints in order to aid recovery or prevent deterioration. Thermoplastic Splints are used to stretch tight muscles in the arm/leg to increase range of movement or prevent them getting tighter.
Vestibular rehabilitation (VRT) is an exercise based treatment approach used by experienced physiotherapists in the treatment of inner ear disorders. Inner ear disorders cause a variety of symptoms including dizziness, vertigo, nausea and reduced balance.
Manchester Neuro Physio are now able to offer new and exciting neuro-rehabilitation sessions in a group setting.
A stroke is caused by a disruption of blood flow to the brain as a result of a blockage or leakage in a blood vessel. The effects of a stroke vary depending on the severity of the blockage or leakage.
We understand about the potential devastating effects a head injury / traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have on an individual and their family. Our specialised team can help you get back as much independence as possible.
Physiotherapy for SCIs can help you reach and maintain your maximum physical potential and help in the management of other aspects of your condition.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the brain and spinal cord. It causes weakness and spasms throughout the muscles in the body and feelings of tiredness.
Physiotherapy treatment can help to reduce the impact of foot drop by providing advice on exercises to strengthen the muscles and orthotics to help lift the foot to reduce the effort of walking and reduce the risk of falls.
Neurolgical physiotherapy will help to increase muscle strength, improve balance, ability to move around and enable the individual to carry out normal activities of daily living.
Cerebral palsy is a condition affecting the tissues of the brain. It can affect the development of a child. Most people with cerebral palsy will find physiotherapy beneficial throughout their life.
We understand the difficulties faced with Down Syndrome and we want to help your child's development by helping them achieve their full potential and help prevent any unnecessary problems in the future as a result of poor posture or movement.
Guillian-Barre syndrome (GBS) is a disease in which the peripheral nerves (those outside the brain and spinal cord) become inflamed and stop working. This causes weakness of the muscles in the arms, legs, face and those responsible for breathing.
Treatment for functional neurological deficit will aim to restore normal movement patterns to allow you to become more independent and overcome your functional problems.
Many people with functional weakness make significant improvements following a period of physiotherapy. Our physiotherapists will give you the support and reassurance throughout your journey to enable you to maximise your quality of life.
Physiotherapy treatment will aim to improve the strength of the muscles around the hip and reduce compensatory trunk lean which may later cause secondary problems.
With the correct level of physiotherapy input long term improvements can be made. Manchester Neuro Physio commonly see individuals make significant improvements.
Treatment will vary according to the level of weakness. In severe cases initial treatment may focus on being able to sit unsupported with the correct alignment. In all cases treatment will aim to maximise your potential.
Physiotherapy can be helpful at any stage of your condition in order to maximise your potential, minimise the secondary effects of the condition and improve your quality of life.
Physiotherapy treatment can aid recovery from Erbs palsy by providing advice on appropriate exercises and positioning to improve muscle strength and maintain range of movement in the arm while the nerve is recovering.
Physiotherapy can help you reach and maintain your maximum physical potential and help in the management of other aspects of your condition.
We aim to support the person and their family throughout the course of the disease by maximising quality of life and independence where possible.
We aim to maximise a person's quality of life by providing advice and support and keeping people as active as possible.
Physiotherapy can also help to address the physical problems that may be present alongside apraxia such as the weakness and impaired movements that may occur after a stroke.
Physiotherapy treatment for AVM will be based on the individual's presentation during a neurological physiotherapy assessment. At Manchester Neuro Physio, our neurological physiotherapists have a wealth of experience in the assessment and treatment of individuals recovering from AVM.
Physiotherapy aims to maximise a person's functional ability and potential thereby improving quality of life.
Physiotherapy treatment can be of benefit to speed recovery and research has shown that physiotherapy can improve the impairments associated with Bell's palsy
Physiotherapy treatment for an individual with a brain tumour will depend on the individual's physical presentation, symptoms and their goals. This will vary according to the size, location, type of the brain tumour.
The specialist physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio can provide progressive exercise programmes to improve your energy levels, reduce your pain and improve the quality of your sleep.
Each person with CIDP will have different needs and capabilities therefore a thorough assessment of your needs will be carried out by our specialist neurological physiotherapists to identify problem areas and a suitable treatment plan.
Physiotherapy treatment is essential in management of conversion disorder despite the lack of an identifiable organic cause for the physical symptoms.
Our specialist physiotherapists can provide neurological physiotherapy for people with Dejerine-Sottas syndrome to maximise their independence for as long as possible. Our treatments will be specific to your needs and are delivered by highly skilled therapists.
Physiotherapy for people with dementia is best provided by a neurological physiotherapist. Manchester Neuro Physio aim to increase mobility, implement specific falls prevention exercises and advise on changes to the home environment to increase independence and safety.
Manchester Neuro Physio can assist you to achieve your maximum physical potential by treating the problems that arise following the onset of transverse myelitis.
Physiotherapy treatment for CMT (aka HSMN) can help to maximise independence and function by advising on appropriate exercises and equipment to help keep you as active as possible.
Developmental delay is when children do not meet milestones when they are expected to. Milestones can be physical, such as crawling and walking, or social, such as talking.
Physiotherapy is the most important component in the treatment of dyspraxia. Increasing a child's motor skills will lead to a development in their social skills and often improve their behaviour.
Treatment for dystonia may include medication, botulinum toxin injections and surgery such as deep brain stimulation. Physiotherapy treatment can alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with dystonia to maximise your quality of life.
Your muscle pain and stiffness can be reduced by physiotherapy. This is achieved with a combination of exercises, pain management strategies, manual techniques, hydrotherapy and electrotherapy.
Our physiotherapists will support you at any stage of your condition whether you are newly diagnosed or at later stages of your condition. We can offer intense periods of treatment if necessary or planned reviews at longer intervals.
Physiotherapy treatment usually includes stretching and strengthening programmes and activities / games to help maintain muscle strength, increase flexibility and reduce muscle spasms.
Manchester Neuro Physio has an in depth understanding of the impacts a condition like Myasthenia Gravis can have on your life. When accessing our services you will have your needs fully assessed by your specialist physiotherapist and a treatment plan will be put together in agreement with you to help improve your daily functioning.
The specialist neurological physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio can help control your symptoms, such as muscular weakness and spasms, and enable you to maintain a good quality of life.
Our physiotherapists have an understanding of the impacts of Myotonia Congentia on your everyday life. With this in mind they will work with you to assess your needs and build a suitable treatment plan to enable your optimal functioning and management of your condition.
Manchester Neuro Physio can appreciate how Nemaline Myopathy affects your daily living and can provide a service to assess individual requirements for treatment and construct a personal treatment plan maintain your independence in daily life.
Physiotherapy treatment for neuralgia is focused on decreasing the symptoms of neuralgia and improving muscle strength and overall quality of life.
Our physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio understand how Spinocerebellar Ataxia may have affected your everyday life and they will assess your needs and build a treatment plan for you to optimise your daily functioning.
Physiotherapy treatment provided for paralysis will be dependent upon the cause and severity of the symptoms. This will be established by a thorough subjective and objective neurological assessment in the clinic or in the home environment.
Manchester Neuro Physio aim to increase mobility and advise on changes to the home environment to increase independence and safety. As a result, patients with Parkinson's disease will be able to cope better from day-to-day and maintain their independence.
Physiotherapy is very important to promote the recovery of peripheral nerve injuries regardless of whether surgery is required. Manchester Neuro Physio provide specialised treatment programmes, functional electrical stimulation and bracing.
Physiotherapy treatment sessions will be based on the individual's symptoms, problems and goals. Therefore, treatment may focus on trunk stability, movement patterns and bed mobility.
Physiotherapy is an essential part of the SDR process, intensive rehabilitation after the surgery will maximize your child's abilities. Physiotherapy should be carried out at least three times a week for the first four months, gradually reducing to once a month at two years post-surgery.
Physiotherapy for Huntington's disease is aimed at the helping individuals with symptoms such as; mobility problems, balance problems and musculoskeletal problems
Physiotherapy treatment for IIDDs will depend on the specific presentation of your condition. IIDD's may affect you in different ways. Commonly they will affect your strength, balance and mobility which are key areas that physiotherapy can help address.
Physiotherapy treatment will depend on your specific needs and impairments. Your physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment of your physical problems and will devise an individual treatment programme for you.
Your physiotherapist will liaise with your GP, speech and language therapist, occupational therapist and orthoptist to deliver multi-professional holistic care and achieve the best possible outcome.
All physiotherapy treatment will be focused on specific goals set by the individual during the initial assessment.
Manchester Neuro Physio understand how a diagnosis of motor neurone disease can affect all aspects of the lives of you and your loved ones. Through physiotherapy we aim to keep your work, home and social life as active as possible.
Vestibular rehabilitation is a tried and tested treatment technique that can prove triumphant even when other treatment tools are unsuccessful.
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