Neurological Rehabilitation Ryan Ellis
Experienced Neurological Physiotherapy in your Home
Neurological impairments are a group of disorders that are related to injury or disease processes affecting the central nervous system. Common neurological conditions include; Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, and acquired brain injury.
Physio In Motion physiotherapists with a special interest in the rehabilitation of neurological impairments have sought out additional and ongoing education specifically focused on neurological rehabilitation. Additional education in the area of neurological physiotherapy and experience working with neurological conditions make a neurological physiotherapist a great assess in the treatment and management of neurological condition.
Neurological Treatment Tools:
Bobath or Neuro-Developmental Therapy (NDT):
Bobath or NDT is a treatment paradigm regarding the assessment and treatment or management of dysfunction in people with neurological impairments. There is an emphasis on therapeutic handling to facilitate the desires movements while at the same time preventing undesirable movements. The goal is to promote efficient functional movements during day-to-day activities.
LSVTBIG is a treatment program specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s Disease. It is based on the principal of neuroplasticity which describes the ability of the brain to adapt to insult or injury. LSVTBIG is based on a speech training program called Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) which results in improvements in speech quality and volume. The same treatment principals are applied to functional movements to increase the “bigness” of movements.
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