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Neurological Disorders

JPM Neuro Physio commonly treat the following neurological disorders:
Myopathy

A myopathy is a general term for a disease affecting the muscles of the body. This commonly leads to muscle weakness, muscle wastage and reduced mobility. JPM Neuro Physio can lead you through a progressive home exercise programme to strengthen your weak muscle groups, improve your balance and co-ordination and reduce your risk of falls. Home and clinic appointments can be provided for patients with myopathies. Read More

Muscular Dystrophy

Muscular dystrophy is an inherited disease causing progressive weakness throughout the muscles of the body. Physiotherapy can help manage the physical deterioration associated with muscular dystrophy, help maintain a clear chest, provide recommendations regarding useful aids and adaptations, and maintain your child's quality of life for as long as possible. Read More

Motor Neuron Disease

Motor neurone disease is a rare, progressive disease affecting the nerves in the brain and spinal cord that supply the muscles of the body. This leads to weakness of the muscles and reduced function. The management of motor neurone disease by JPM Neuro Physio includes; exercises and stretching, joint care, positioning, the provision of aids and equipment, and breathing exercises. Through physiotherapy we aim to maintain your quality of life for as long as possible. Read More

Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease is a hereditary disease of the central nervous system causing poor co-ordination and abnormal movement. The neurological physiotherapists at JPM Neuro Physio Clinic can help maintain your independence through balance and functional exercises, and provide equipment and adaptations to make your life easier. Treatment will be specific to you. Read More

Transverse Myelitis

Transverse myelitis is a rare inflammatory neurological disorder that causes damage to the spinal cord. The aims of physiotherapy treatment will differ in relation to the level of the spinal cord damage caused by the transverse myelitis. Physiotherapy can help you reach and maintain your maximum physical potential and help in the management of other aspects of your condition. Read More

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome causes severe fatigue, aching muscles and joints, and sleep disturbance. Chronic fatigue syndrome can be improved with physiotherapy treatment and medication. Unfortunately, however, chronic fatigue syndrome often goes undiagnosed. Physiotherapy for chronic fatigue syndrome primarily concentrates on reducing pain and tiredness and teaching management strategies Read More

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain throughout the muscles in the body. Fibromyalgia can be improved with physiotherapy treatment and medication. Unfortunately, however, fibromyalgia often goes undiagnosed. Physiotherapy for fibromyalgia primarily concentrates on reducing pain and stiffness. Physiotherapy treatment can be provided at your home, in our clinic. Read More

Peripheral Nerve Injury

Peripheral nerve injury is a general term used to describe damage of the nerves outside the brain or spinal cord. Peripheral nerve injuries are often caused by trauma. Common symptoms of a peripheral nerve injury are weakness, altered sensation, pain and loss of function below the level of the injury. Surgical repair of the damaged nerve is sometimes required. Whether surgery is required or not, physiotherapy has a very important role in your rehabilitation enabling you to reach your maximum possible recovery. Read More

Guillain- Barre Syndrome

Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) is a disease in which the peripheral nerves (those outside the brain and spinal cord) become inflamed and stop working. This causes weakness of the muscles in the arms, legs, face and those responsible for breathing.Our neurological physiotherapists realise that Guillain-Barre syndrome affects everyone differently and every patient has different rehabilitation goals. Our physiotherapists can provide home based exercise programmes, specialist gym based rehabilitation programmes and hydrotherapy treatments to achieve your goals. Read More

Dementia

Dementia is a general term for the deterioration of some of the cells in the brain. It often causes reduced mobility, memory problems and difficulties performing everyday tasks. Physiotherapy for people with dementia can increase mobility and reduce the risk of falls Read More

Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease is a condition in which the numbers of chemical messengers in the brain are reduced. It often causes reduced mobility, memory problems, muscle tremors, and difficulties performing everyday tasks. Physiotherapy for people with Parkinson's disease concentrates on increasing and maintaining mobility whilst reducing the risk of falls. Read More

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease affecting the brain and spinal cord. It causes weakness and spasms throughout the muscles in the body and feelings of tiredness. The majority of individuals with MS greatly benefit from the input of a specialist physiotherapist. Read More

Spinal Cord Injury

A spinal cord injury (SCI) is usually a result of trauma to the spine. This trauma causes a complete or incomplete tear of the spinal cord leading to loss of sensation and muscle power below the level of the injury. Spinal cord damage can also be due to other causes such as tumours and spina bifida. The aims of physiotherapy treatment will differ in relation to the level of your spinal cord injury. Physiotherapy can help you reach and maintain your maximum physical potential and help in the management of other aspects of your condition. Read More

Stroke

A stroke occurs if an area of brain tissue is deprived of its blood supply causing brain cells to lose their supply of oxygen. This is usually caused by a blockage or burst blood vessel. Without oxygen, brain cells can become irreversibly damaged within minutes. Unlike other cells in the body, if brain cells are irreversibly damaged then they are unable to heal themselves. The brain, however, is very adaptable and areas of the brain are capable of learning new tasks to compensate for the areas that have been damaged. Physiotherapy encourages this learning and to help the body re-learn normal movement patterns. Read More

Ataxia

Ataxia is a lack of muscle coordination which may affect speech, eye movements, the ability to swallow, walking, picking up objects and other voluntary movements. A person with persistent ataxia may have damage in the part of the brain that controls muscle coordination - the cerebellum. Ataxia may have several causes, including multiple sclerosis, a head injury, alcohol abuse, stroke, cerebral palsy, a faulty gene, or a tumor. Ataxia may also be a symptom of incoordination linked to infections. Read More

Apraxia

Apraxia is a neurological disorder affecting the ability to control fine and gross motor movement and gestures. The disorder can also affect communication skills. Apraxia can range from mild to severe. People with apraxia often cannot perform controlled, purposeful movement, despite having the physical strength and intellectual thought and desire to do so. Apraxia is believed to stem from disorders in the parietal lobes of the brain. Read More

Head Injury

A head injury is any trauma that injures the scalp, skull, or brain. The injury may be only a minor bump on the skull or a serious brain injury. Head injury can be either closed or open (penetrating). A closed head injury means you received a hard blow to the head from striking an object, but the object did not break the skull. An open, or penetrating, head injury means you were hit with an object that broke the skull and entered the brain. This usually happens when you move at high speed Read More

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a term which encompasses a set of neurological conditions that cause physical disability in human development - they affect the brain and nervous system. The word cerebral refers to the area in the brain that is affected, while palsy means complete or partial muscle paralysis, frequently accompanied by loss of sensation and uncontrollable body movements or tremors. Cerebral means related to the brain or cerebrum. Cerebrum is a Latin word meaning "brain; top of the head, skull". Read More

Stroke

A stroke is a condition in which the brain cells suddenly die because of a lack of oxygen. This can be caused by an obstruction in the blood flow, or the rupture of an artery that feeds the brain. The patient may suddenly lose the ability to speak, there may be memory problems, or one side of the body can become paralyzed. Read More

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

All physiotherapy at JPM Physio is carried out by experienced and enthusiastic physiotherapists who enjoy their job. The main focus of all our physiotherapists is to get you as good as possible in as quick as possible time. The friendly and caring approach taken by all our physiotherapists, alongside their extensive experience, means that you can be confident that any treatment you receive is of the highest quality. We provide the same high quality standards to patients at all levels of ability. Read More

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