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Mollii Suit

I previously attended the NEC at Birmingham for the Therapy Expo, when I see two men wearing funny suits, which left me rather intrigued. They called it the 'Mollii Suit' and went on to explain that a little electricity passes through the suit, to the body, to the central nervous system to help with muscle therapy. I thought "ok, show me" of which they showed me various videos, but I was still sceptical. However, the creators, Richard from England and Jorgen from Sweden said they would be willing to show me the suits on my patients.

Client Case Study: October 2015 - Physiotherapy for Parkinsons Disease

I met Mr. D in January 2015 in our outpatient department in Kings Norton Birmingham. He just had the devastating news that he had Parkinson's.

He had several problems:

  • Frozen shoulder with a pain due to very poor arm swing.
  • Tremor in mainly his left hand.
  • Unable to get out of the bath.
  • Unable to be a referee for his football club.
  • Feeling anxious and low.

Physiotherapy for Parkinsons Disease

Client Case Study: July 2015 - Physiotherapy for Stroke

Mrs M and I met in December 2013 after she suffered a stroke and was in need of stroke treatment. This had left her with a severe right side weakness of her arm and her leg. Also her trunk was very weak. Luckily her speech and understanding was intact. She was in very good health and was leading a full mobile life before her stroke. She was physically and emotionally in a very dark place.

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