Brain Injuries


Brain Injuries

Recovering from a brain injury is a challenging journey, but with the right support and guidance, significant improvements can be achieved. Physiotherapy is a cornerstone of brain injury rehabilitation, encompassing a range of interventions designed to address physical difficulties, improve mobility, and promote independence.

Brain injuries can have a profound impact on physical function, mobility, and overall well-being. Physiotherapy offers personalised treatment aimed at maximising recovery, restoring function, and enhancing quality of life.

Brain injury can occur as a result of various factors, including trauma from injuries, tumours, infections, or oxygen deprivation. The effects of a brain injury can vary widely depending on the severity and location of the injury. Common symptoms may include motor impairments, weakness, balance problems, coordination difficulties, spasticity, speech or communication problems, behavioural changes and cognitive deficits.

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Here at Neurobility Limited we understand the complex challenges that people face after having a Brain Injury. Our expert team of physiotherapists and physiotherapy assistants create personalised treatment plans tailored to each individual’s unique needs and goals so that people can regain independence and make the most of their abilities. We understand some of the cognitive, behavioural and communication problems that can come with a Brain Injury and we adapt our approach accordingly so that people get the most out of their physio sessions. We work alongside other professionals in the private sector and NHS to make sure there is an integrated approach to therapy.

Balance impairments are prevalent in individuals with brain injury and can increase the risk of falls and injuries. We offer specialised balance and vestibular rehabilitation programmes to improve balance, stability, and vestibular function to enhance safety and confidence in daily activities.

We focus on improving mobility and motor function through exercises and activities designed to strengthen muscles, improve balance, increase sensation, and enhance coordination. We use a hands-on approach to help to guide movement, give sensory input and align muscles to make a change in the nervous system – this change is called neuroplasticity. We combine this with carefully designed exercise and practice programmes to do at home, or with our Physiotherapy Assistants to maximise the intensity of treatment. Our treatment is complemented by the technology we have available in the clinic such as the LiteGait, MMGO, Gripable and electrical stimulation devices.

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If you or a loved one has suffered a Brain Injury, we would love to help! Contact us today to find out how we can help you and take the first step towards improved strength, fitness and independence. Remember it is never too late to start your physiotherapy, or kick start a new phase in your rehabilitation.
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