Your Physiotherapist will tailor the treatment based on your goals. They can come to the person’s hospital, can do treatment at the physiotherapist’s office, or even come to your home.
The key is to start physiotherapy for neurological conditions as early as possible. Physiotherapy can help slow down the progressive.
A typical session will balance training, build strength, and stretching.
The treatment can include balance, strengthening exercises, and stretching. This helps retrain the muscles and the brain to work together.
A Neurological therapy program is designed to meet your individual needs while taking into account your specific problem or disease.
The goal is to return the patient to the highest level of function and independence possible while improving their quality of your life.
To help you reach these goals neurological therapy may include:
- Exercise to improve muscle control, gait (walking), and balance.
- Exercise to retrain the bowel and bladder
- Help with daily living activities such as dressing, handwriting, cooking, basic housekeeping, eating, bathing, and eating.
- Activities to improve cognitive impairments such as issues with memory, attention, concentration, and poor judgment.
- Assistive devices to promote greater independence.
- Stress and pain management.
- Emotion support