Physiotherapy treatment is very important following a stroke. It should start as soon as possible and continue until an individual has reached their maximum potential.
Physiotherapy will assist you in regaining as much movement and function as possible. Treatment often focuses on sitting balance, standing balance, walking, using your affected side and managing any changes in muscle tone, pain or stiffness.
Physiotherapy treatment will differ in relation to the level of your spinal cord injury. Physiotherapy can help you reach and maintain your maximum physical potential and help in the management of other aspects of your condition.
Physiotherapy for people with Parkinson's disease concentrates on increasing and maintaining mobility whilst reducing the risk of falls.
Physiotherapy for chronic fatigue syndrome primarily concentrates on reducing pain and tiredness and teaching management strategies.
Physiotherapy can increase mobility, facilitate normal development, improve co-ordination, balance, strengthen weak muscles and improve independence and quality of life.
Physiotherapy can help you improve your balance to reduce the risk of falling. You will feel more confident about going out and about.
Physiotherapy helps restore range of motion, strength, mobility, flexibility, endurance, self-care skills, and the ability to perform prior activities. A physiotherapist can provide you with the education needed to walk and climb stairs, get in and out of a chair or car, tie your shoes, and other daily activities.
Physiotherapy can help to reduce back pain and get an individual back to normal mobility. It can also help to make changes that reduce the chances of hurting their back again.
If you looking for a physiotherapist that can offer home visit, please contact me to discuss your case. I am sure I am able to help you.