Neurological disorders can be disruptive - let the Trinity team help you with your neurologic physiotherapy.
Are You Living with a Neurological Condition?
When you suffer from movement difficulties, either due to an injury or ailment surrounding the nervous system, our specialists will assess your situation and develop the best care plan for your needs.
Neurological physiotherapy for neurologic disorders aims to restore as many jobs as possible to help you gain independence and move freely.
We can help you find comfort because you will be receiving treatment from experts in the field.
The benefits of physiotherapy for neurological conditions
Neuro physiotherapy treatment helps identify areas that need work, but physical rehabilitation helps to improve these areas.
Neuro physiotherapy is not an invasive treatment that examines brain function to find ways to improve your function.
With neurologic physiotherapy, you can improve your performance, take targeted action and regain independence faster after neurological disorders. The Trinity team of personal healthcare professionals has worked with patients with a variety of disorders, including, but not limited to:
Parkinson’s disease is a progressive neurological disease that affects neurons in the brain. Common symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are irregular facial expressions and tremors.
Fortunately, physical rehabilitation can reduce the onset of Parkinson’s disease and relieve symptoms. It also helps to improve freedom and strength in many of the problems that Parkinson’s disease can cause, including agitation, runny nose and dystonia.
Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in adults. The Trinity team can help reduce the effects of blood clots by improving balance, mobility, and assistive devices. Common treatments for post-stroke rehabilitation include constraint-induced therapy for stress, electrical stimulation, motor image, and partial body weight support and neuro therapy techniques.
After a stroke, Team Trinity can provide the best neuro rehab services to help you regain your functional skills so you can get back to living your life independently.
ALS, medically referred to as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, is a progressive neurological disease. It typically develops in the hands, feet, and extremities before progressing to the central part of the body.
People with ALS often have difficulty walking because they can often walk or lose weight. It is also common to notice frequent muscle cramps or weakness in the hands or feet. As ALS develops throughout the body, it can affect how one walks, using one’s height, speech, swallowing and even breathing.
Unfortunately, ALS cannot be cured, but the Trinity team maintains as much function and independence as possible. We also focus on preventing complications by providing safety information and personalized aids.
As the disease progresses, our therapists can provide appropriate equipment, such as canes, walkers, wheelchairs, straps, and other equipment.
Common symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis are pain, fatigue and weakness. Fortunately, physical rehabilitation can help control and reduce these symptoms. Team Trinity gives you a model designed to relax muscle cramps and exercises designed to increase strength and mobility.
You will also take action to support balance and mobility and gain knowledge about the proper use of assistive devices.
Ready to get started on a treatment plan?
Team Trinity works closely with neurological experts to provide the best neurological rehabilitation service possible for you.
If you take the time to meet with one of Trinity Team’s caregivers, you will learn how to manage your symptoms effectively and help you achieve your physical goals.
Do not be silent – seek the help of the Trinity team today.