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Physical Therapy for Neurological Conditions

The central nervous system can be impacted by hundreds of neurological conditions, which, in turn, could affect muscle control, balance, flexibility, walking, muscle function, spasticity, and pain. When there is any damage done to the central nervous system, like spinal cord or brain, the messages passed from your brain do not reach the affected body parts. This leads to uncoordinated movement, numbness, weak muscles, loss of movement, and spasms or twitches. This is where physical therapy comes into effect, helping patients to overcome these neurological conditions after proper treatment.

Physical therapy for neurological impairments needs personal, direct approach. At Advance Care Physical Therapy, we work with patients towards neurological rehabilitation and improvement of muscle use and freedom. Our experts’ gel with their patients very closely which further improves the treatment outcome.

Our physical therapy treatment plan is designed as per individual cases along with consultation with your physician. And for progressive neurological conditions, we provide treatments for any stage.

During neurological impairment physical therapy sessions, our physical therapists perform manual manipulation and massage therapy for stimulating the muscles, promoting relaxation, and enhancing circulation to body areas. At the same time, we also advise mobility aids in order to help you move around easily.

Physical therapy for neurological conditions requires patients to continue with the exercises between sessions. These exercises may vary from light to robust as per the patient’s recovery goals. Proper physical activity is a must when it comes to gaining strength and reinstating flexibility while giving you different mental benefits as well. We work to set you free from the limitations forced by neurological conditions. If you or a loved one is affected by neurological conditions, get in touch with our experts immediately for a long-term recovery.