Functional Neurological Disorder (FND)


Functional Neurological Disorder (FND)

Physiotherapy plays a pivotal role in the holistic management of Functional Neurological Disorders, focusing on improving physical function, enhancing mobility, and addressing functional impairments.

Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) is a brain network disorder that can encompass a diverse range of neurological symptoms. In FND the wiring of the nervous system is intact, but there is a problem with how the brain sends and receives messages. If we think of the brain as a computer, in FND there is no damage to the hardware, or structure, it is the software or program running on the computer that is the problem.

FND can manifest with a range of symptoms including limb weakness, paralysis, seizures, walking difficulties, spasms, twitching, sensory issues and more. For many symptoms are severe and disabling, and life changing for all.

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Living with FND presents unique challenges, but with the right support and guidance, individuals can achieve meaningful improvements in their symptoms and quality of life. At Neurobility our dedicated team of physiotherapists is committed to empowering individuals with FND to overcome physical limitations, regain function, and embrace life to the fullest. We work with our clients to address the movement difficulties and we understand that we need to be able to adapt quickly to changing symptoms and they present themselves.

Psychological factors can play a significant role in FND, and addressing these factors is essential for effective management. Our physiotherapists will work collaboratively with psychologists and other mental health professionals to provide comprehensive care and support for individuals with FND

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If you or a loved one is suffering with FND 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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