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Other neurological conditions

Neurological Physiotherapy

Our neurological approach allows us to work with a large range of neurological conditions. The type and stage of your condition will influence  how we support you.  

Our support may include:

  • Therapy targeted at maintaining or improving your function
  • Preventing secondary complications
  • Ensuring your safety in what you do
  • Decreasing your falls risk
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Neurological conditions

Other conditions we help with include (but are not limited to):

If your particular condition doesn’t appear in this list or you’d like to know more about our services, please contact us or check out our FAQs page.  


Lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements


A  type of traumatic brain injury causing the brain and head to move quickly back and forth


A disease affecting memory, thinking and behaviour

Guillain-Barre Syndrome

A rare neurological disorder when the body’s immune system attacks the nerves causing weakness or paralysis on both sides of the body

Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), MND is a progressive neurological disease resulting in muscle weakness, eventually leading to paralysis

Multisystem atrophy

A rare disease that affects
respiration, blood pressure and bladder control

Muscular dystrophy

A group of diseases (due to genetic mutations) that affect muscles controlling movement


Muscle inflammation causing the muscles to become weak and painful


Nerve damage leading to weakness, numbness and
pain in hands and feet

Post-polio syndrome

A condition affecting polio survivors decades after the
initial polio illness

Progressive supranuclear palsy

A rare brain disorder causing problems with movement, balance, vision and speech

Spinal cord Injury

Damage to the spinal cord leading to loss of sensation and/or loss of motor control (paralysis and weakness)

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