What is neurological physiotherapy?
Neurological physiotherapy deals with the treatment of Damage to the central and peripheral nervous system and tries to cure the damaged body functions with active physiotherapy. Neurological physical therapy has several goals, including the. Improvement of movement sequences, the relearning everyday activities, the promotion of the sense of balance and the improvement of the ability to perform and work. Further, this form of therapy has an analgesic effect and is used for this purpose depending on the disease or problem, limited body functions and activities regain. Often this therapy is used for people who can not (anymore) manage their everyday life on their own due to physical limitations and can be helped with the therapy, Independence in everyday life and the reintegration into reintegration into the profession to reach. Independence and the ability to act within the scope of subjective possibilities are thus central goals of this form of therapy.
When and how is neurological physiotherapy used?
Neurological physiotherapy is, for example, for patients who have had a a stroke have suffered, suitable. Furthermore, it is used for people who suffer from Parkinson’s disease, paraplegia or multiple sclerosis (MS) are diseased, applied. Further it helps in the healing of General paralysis, muscle weakness, balance disorders, dizziness, disturbances in movement control, gait unsteadiness, or prolonged pain.
As with all therapeutic treatments, physiotherapy training is tailored to the patient’s specific problems and goals, and the exercises are designed to be suitable for everyday use. Depending on the case and disease, or depending on individual needs, the Movement control, control and development restored or increased ..
A specific neurological therapy method that we use is the so-called Bobath concept. It serves for Healing of movement disorders and paralysis symptoms., by regulating muscle tone and training physiological movement patterns.