Physiotherapy in Birmingham and Solihull
Rehab For Neurological Problems And General Rehab For The Elderly
Welcome to Miranda's Physio Steps
A specialist in Physiotherapy for the elderly, running neuro physiotherapy classes in Birmingham and Solihull. Setup and run by neurological physiotherapist Miranda Baretto in 2010, Miranda delivers rehab/neuro physio in Solihull/Birmingham. Also running classes at Parkview in Solihull for less abled in the widest sense of the word.
Rehabilitation for Elderly and Neurology
Neuro physiotherapy can help people with MS / CP / MND / Parkinson / Strokes / Neuropathy / Spinal Cord Injuries / Brain / Spinal Tumours and so much more.
Here at Miranda Physio Steps we are dedicated to providing a helping hand to those people who have issues with their mobility and require rehabilitation.
Physio For The Elderly In Your Own Environment
If you are looking for a neurological physiotherapist but worried about getting to and from our location, then there is no need to worry. You don’t have to be concerned about transport, parking, getting in and out of the car and the traffic. We can therefore observe you in your own environment so we can identify any neurological problems we can assist you with. This can be in a nursing home, residential home or you own home. But we are also happy to have one of our neurological physiotherapists see you in a gym, swimming pool or the outdoors.
Latest Blog Posts
As you get older, your body may not work as well as you think it does, and getting around can be much trickier. When you get older, you need to think about how to improve even the most basic of mobility issues, and learning to walk or move unaided can prove to be very...read more
Have you ever wondered how many types of strokes are there? Well, there are 3 main types of strokes and in this post, we will talk about the differences between them. Throughout our lives, the cells in our brain get a consistent, uninterrupted supply of oxygen and...read more
Why I will never be a great writer. It’s taken me a long time to work it out, but I think I now know why I’ll never be a great writer. It’s because, for my first eighty years at least, my life has been too happy, too comfortable; I haven't suffered enough. It could...read more