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Home visits, Neurology inc Stroke, MS, Vestibular rehab (balance)
As providers of private neurological physiotherapy (neuro physiotherapy) services, Neurorestorative and Neurorehabilitation Solutions (NRNRS), use latest clinical evidence and latest brain neurosciences-based treatments to help your brain improve its neuroplasticity. This will maximise recovery of your balance, voluntary movements, muscle strength, spatial awareness and coordination as well as reduce falls and fear of falling after stroke, traumatic brain injuries and other neurological conditions.
Our physiotherapy and rehabilitation services are scientifically sound and are innovated to suit your needs as an individual person. This applies whether you have a stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, neuropathy, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's Disease. NRNRS offers highly specialised neuro physiotherapy and neurorehabilitation solutions for your individual residual problems to improve the quality of your arm and leg movements, to improve the quality of your walking and to improve overall body and limb coordination. Most importantly NRNRS offers expert stroke physiotherapy and neurological physiotherapy that improve your balance system directly in the brain to make you resist gravity better and automatically gain confidence in your walking and carrying out day to day activities.
NRNRS are experts at resolving shoulder pain caused by loss of balance muscles around the shoulder blade when severe stroke or traumatic brain injuries impair the balance system in the brain. Our expert neuro physiotherapy service focuses on recovery of use of the balance muscles around your shoulder blade so that you recover the necessary tilt and movement of the shoulder blade that stops damaging compensatory passive pulling of your shoulder joint capsule and tightening tendons.
NRNRS are experts at prevention of spasticity which leads to shortening of some muscles, clawing of affected hands and rigidity resulting from failure to recover voluntary movements after conventional neurological physiotherapy. When you lose your balance system in the brain, you lose the ability to resist gravity and to keep your limbs stretched and straight in a flexible way. As a result, your limbs bend and tighten some of the muscles and tendons. This happens especially in the chest muscle that pulls the shoulder and arm towards the body, inside the elbow, the wrist and hand's fingers. The same tightening occurs in the front of the hip and behind the knee.