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What Are Neurological Problems?

Neurological problems affect the brain, as well as the central and autonomic nervous systems. But, what are neurological problems? In this article, we will look at the causes, symptoms, effects, diagnosis and treatment of such conditions. What Are Neurological...

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Can You Recover From A Stroke?

Strokes, characterised by what is known as 'brain emergencies,' are devastating for patients and loved ones. But, can you recover from a stroke? Well, in this article, this is exactly the question we plan to answer. Strokes occur when the brain is cut off from its...

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How To Improve Mobility In Elderly

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...

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How Many Types Of Strokes Are There?

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...

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Words From A Client: Why I Will Never Be A Great Writer

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...

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Physio Therapy Treatment For Cerebral Palsy

Physiotherapy is all about improving and maintaining movement, and that’s why it’s a treatment that is very useful to people with cerebral palsy. Movement can become limited for people suffering from this condition if the proper treatment, including physiotherapy, is...

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Physiotherapy and Stroke Symptoms

A stroke can effect your whole body. This can be keeping your head up, keeping it in the middle or you might not know or feel where the middle of your body is; you might not able to sit independently. Stroke Symptoms Sufferers of strokes will find that their arm...

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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...

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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...

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