Neurological problems

Developmental delays in children, brain trauma, stroke, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease can, for example, cause debilitating weakness, poor balance or reduced mobility which can interfere with everyone’s activities. days. The loss of mobility and physical function caused by neurological problems can also lead to deterioration of heart and respiratory capacity, fatigue, falls and, in some cases, social isolation. 

A treatment plan created by a physiotherapist that includes therapeutic exercises can improve your balance, coordination and strength, flexibility, cardiovascular function, and overall state of mind.