Nordic Rehab Ltd specialise in neuro physiotherapy throughout Solihull and local areas. The treatment, management and rehabilitation of long term neurological conditions (such as stroke, spinal cord injury, Parkinson's, head injury, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's, cerebral palsy and many more) are part of our private neuro physiotherapy service.
With over 15 years of experience working with people in acute NHS and community settings, our expert physiotherapists will work with you to ease suffering and optimise your function.
LIVING WITH NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS
Neurological conditions are caused by damage to the brain or the spinal cord. Many neurological problems are lifelong and have no cure, making for a daunting prognosis for the patient and family members.
According to the latest estimates, the total number of neurological cases in England has now reached 16.5 million, or an average of 75,000 cases per Clinical Commissioning Group (Neuro Numbers 2019).
Physiotherapy is of enormous benefit however and by following the exercises and techniques we will teach you, your muscles will become stronger and more responsive. Neurological physiotherapy will help you to improve your quality of life, regain confidence and make your condition more manageable.
Our neuro physiotherapy assessment and subsequent rehabilitation will take place at the patient's home. We will be able to assess your living environment and make sensible suggestions to make things work for you.
One of our Nordic Rehab specialist physios will assess and lead you through exercises to address your endurance, strength, flexibility, balance and coordination. Exercise movements may seem small at the beginning, but they will target unused and weakened muscle groups and require a lot of concentration. Sessions will be hard work, especially to start with, but our compassionate physios will encourage and support you in achieving your personal goals step by step.
WHAT WILL WE HELP WITH?
We will address and help you with:
Your general mobility and movement
Specific actions, such as climbing stairs, getting in and out of bed, chairs or cars
Finer movement in hands and arms, such as dexterity with eating, drinking and personal care
Balance, coordination and flexibility
Stiff, sore and weakened muscles
We will communicate honestly with you and focus on the goals that are most important to you. We will constantly evolve your care plan, to ensure you keep making progress.
Give us a call today on 0121 247 6181 and make an appointment for yourself or a loved one