In all stages of the disease, a physiotherapist can provide you with advice and education. If required, a physiotherapist will also provide treatment. Physiotherapy treatment aims to prevent, stabilise or reduce movement related problems. You are advised to consult a physiotherapist:

  • As soon as possible after your diagnosis for self-management support.
  • When you find it difficult to exercise regularly.
  • When you have questions on exercise types, frequency, intensity or safety.
  • When you experience:
    • –  walking problems like slowness, hesitation or feeling glued to the floor (freezing)
    • –  any balance problems, like recent falls or near falls or if you are afraid you might fall
    • –  problems rising from a chair, rolling over in bed or getting in and out of a car
    • –  pain, for example in your neck, back or shoulders.

Care for Parkinson’s is complex. Therefore, it is important that you visit a physiotherapist with Parkinson’s specific expertise.

At Physio & Therapies we can offer Specialist Neurophysiotherapy. Please call if you require assessment or treatment

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