How Physiotherapy Can Help
As everyone’s experience of having Parkinson’s is different, Neurological Physiotherapy aims to identify and address the individual needs of a person living with Parkinson’s Disease. Such physiotherapy can maximise ones physical potential and also improve quality of life.
Neurological Physiotherapy is a branch of physiotherapy that specialises in the treatment and management of people who have neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s.
We believe that everyone has the right to access physical support, regardless of where they live or how advanced their condition is, which is why we provide home-based physiotherapy for people living with Parkinson’s.
Our Physiotherapists can play a vital role in supporting people with who are living with Parkinson’s Disease. Taking into account the medical history, physical condition and capability of each patient, they will choose a bespoke programme which prioritises and addresses the challenges they are facing. Improving movement and safety is usually the main focus of physiotherapy.
It is usually offered to those with more advanced Parkinson’s or to those whose condition is progressing at a faster rate. Home physiotherapy is ideally suited for those who are unable to attend local exercise classes due to mobility restrictions.