Neurological physiotherapy refers to the treatment of illness that affects the nervous system (which can originate from the brain, the spine or distal nerves). Rehabilitation in acute injuries are focused on reducing pain and recovering function. In chronic injuries it aims to prevent secondary complications, maintain independence and improve mobility.
Becky has specialist training in a renowed UK neuro-rehabilitation centre for acquired brain injuries, respiratory physiotherapy in neuromuscular patients, neurosurgical rehabilitation and in the neuro intensive care unit. As well as those skills Becky also have extensive training and knowledge in rehabilitation of patients with Dementia (including Alzheimer’s) and Parkinson’s disease.
The Word Health Organisation recommends physiotherapy treatment for all these conditions
To improve movement and prevent complications
To reduce pain and return to activity
To recover mobility and independence
To reduce pain and return to normal function
To reduce pain and improve mobility
To maintain mobility and quality of life