Neurological physiotherapy involves the treatment of people with movement and function disorders that have originated from problems within the body’s nervous and neuromuscular system.

Disorders of nervous system (like STROKE, PARKINSON'S DISEASE) may make your Brain’s activity to taper that would result in balance, movement disorders and impaired body sensations. These diseases or after an injury to the brain or spinal cord may require a neuro rehab.


These conditions often manifest themselves as muscle weakness, poor balance and coordination, uncontrolled muscle spasm and tremors, loss of function and decreased sensation. Common neurological conditions include:

Functional Neurological Disorders
» Stroke, CVA or TIA
» Spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries
» Multiple sclerosis
» Parkinson’s disease

» Alzheimer’s disease (AD)

» Multiple sclerosis

» Parkinson’s disease

» Migraines



Passive Limb Exercises

If you are unable to move your arms and legs yourself

Bed Exercises

To stretch and strengthen your muscles

Breathing and Circulation Exercises

To prevent respiratory and vascular complications such as chest infection and DVTs.

Normal Mobilisation

Assistance to move safely in bed, sit up, stand and walk.

Discharge Planning

Information regarding any necessary equipment that you may require at home after discharge

Mobility Aids

Exercises to build strength, endurance, coordination and balance.