Physiotherapy treatment is very important following a stroke. It should commence as soon as possible and continue until an individual has reached their maximum potential.
The main aim of physiotherapy treatment is to increase your child's quality of life following an SCI and keep them as functional and independent as possible.
We understand that foot drop can have a significant impact on your life and here at Manchester Neuro Physio we have a team of physiotherapists who can provide effective treatments to maximise your potential and improve your quality of life.
Physiotherapy can help with the problems created by the tumour or by the treatment to remove or shrink the tumour.
Your child's goals are at the centre of our treatments, in the aim of developing their skills and function and therefore improving their quality of life.
Hydrocephalus can affect balance, co-ordination, mobility and walking ability. Physiotherapy is needed to help aid your child's development and improve their function.
Our Specialist Physiotherapists will carry out an assessment of your child which will highlight their strengths and weaknesses and then a personalised treatment plan will be made with achievable goals taken into consideration.
Physiotherapists at Manchester Neuro Physio look at what your child is already achieving and then looks at the next step and help them achieve their next goal.
Our Physiotherapists will provide a personalised treatment plan for your child which is created with their strengths and weaknesses in mind so their specific needs are met and their goals are achieved.
Our specialist physiotherapists will create a personalised treatment plan for your child which will focus on their weaknesses and problems to then help them achieve functional goals, such as playing with friends and not being in pain.
Physiotherapy treatment should start in hospital immediately, and once your child has achieved their potential in hospital and are medically stable they can then be discharged and we can continue their treatment and help them achieve their maximal potential.
Physiotherapy treatment is often needed for the secondary complications to Meningitis such as: muscle weakness, poor balance and co-ordination.
Physiotherapy Epilepsy treatment is usually for the secondary complications from falls such as broken bones or a head injury.
Manchester neuro physio our Physiotherapists understand the frustration and will provide personalised treatment plans for your child to help them make the most successful recovery possible.
Physiotherapy is vital to aid your baby's recovery as physiotherapy can help provide the best condition for the nerves to heal as well as preventing any secondary complications such as stiffness.
Physiotherapy can help with symptoms such as numbness, weakness and scoliosis.
Physiotherapy treatment for Multiple Cavernous Cavernomas depends on the types of symptoms being experienced. Our Physiotherapists use specific treatments for your child and will motivate them by using their favourite toys/ games/ songs during treatment to help maximise their potential.
Physiotherapy can help with the symptoms such as muscle weakness by providing treatment which will help strengthen the weak muscles and improve your child's function.
Physiotherapy treatment for hypermobility can massively improve your child's function and decrease their pain.
In most cases In toeing and Out toeing corrects itself as your child grows but physiotherapy can help facilitate this correction to prevent any long lasting problems.
Physiotherapy can help strengthen and stretch these muscles. We can also provide advice for parents on positioning and walking.
It is important to see a physiotherapist as they can provide strengthening and stretching exercises to help alleviate some of the symptoms that your child is experiencing.
Physiotherapy treatment is vital for children with Duchennes Muscular Dystrophy to prevent secondary complications and to maintain function for as long as possible
Physiotherapy treatment may include strengthening exercises to maintain muscle and to decrease muscle wastage as much as possible.
Our physiotherapists use fun and engaging techniques to treat your child and motivate them to achieve their goals and improve their quality of life.
Physiotherapy can be vital to help the limb and respiratory muscles maintain strength, meaning your child will be more functional and have an increased quality of life.
Physiotherapy is one of the most important therapies for improving the symptoms of CMT and reduces secondary complications such as contractures (where a muscle shortens and is unable to work in its normal range).
Global Developmental Delays can show reduction in all areas of development and early intervention is key for these children to assist them in reaching their milestones and achieving their full potential.
Physiotherapy helps achieve the best outcome by strengthening, doing active stretches, co-ordination exercises and walking.
Treatment is likely to involve and extensive stretching program which will aim to lengthen any tight muscles in the foot causing the abnormality with assistance from splints, plaster casts or specialised boots to hold the feet apart.
Your physiotherapist will undertake a biomechanical assessment which will allow the physiotherapist to determine what areas may be contributing to the pain.
Physiotherapy treatment is likely to involve positioning and active and passive range of motion. The physiotherapist is likely to encourage play in positions which will benefit your child and reduce any flattening forces on the skull.
Physiotherapy management can help a child with Perthes' by prescribing an advanced range of motion exercises in addition to regular medical check-ups.
During a physiotherapy session, you child will have an assessment which will involve a physiotherapist observing alignment and positioning, your child's ability to roll and specific head control and range of movement.
Massage and heat are useful techniques for growing pains. Heat can help reduce any pain and massage can provide relaxation and release any tension from aching muscles.
A physiotherapist will undertake a biomechanical assessment which requires observation through the planes of movement, this means observation through how to move from a frontal, side and horizontal view.
Physiotherapy aims to reduce pain through stretching soft tissue and exercises to reduce swelling.
Your physiotherapist may do mobilisations; these hands on technique will require the physiotherapist to gradually move the joint through its range to prevent any swelling and to encourage blood supply to the area.
Physiotherapy can offer relief for children suffering with Osgood Schlatter.
Physiotherapy treatment will vary on the age of your child. In young children, treatment will be disguised into play through our team of creative paediatric physiotherapists.
Chest physiotherapy can help prevent thick, sticky mucus in the lungs from blocking airways and help with breathing and reduce the likelihood of infection.
Asthma is a long lasting inflammatory disease of the airways. It causes heightened sensitivity in the airways which can cause them to tighten and secrete excess mucus which can irritate breathing.
Our team of paediatric physiotherapist are here to help and support your through their rehabilitation journey. We can assess your child's gait by monitoring their walking pattern to correct any misalignment.
During the initial stages of the introduction to the prosthesis, an individual will need to be reintroduced to balancing their body weight through both legs.
Physiotherapy treatment for rotationplasty is crucial to help regain function and strength, surgery will leave the child feeling weak in addition to chemotherapy treatment and looks of activity.
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