Physio for neurological rehabilitation

Rehabilitative physiotherapy

Physiotherapy helps with physical problems caused by a neurological condition or injury such as head trauma or stroke.

About physiotherapy and rehabilitation

If you're following a neurological rehabilitation programme, physio can play an important part in your progress. It's designed to help with some of the physical issues you might experience if you've had a head or spinal injury, an accident, stroke or if you have a neurological condition such as Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis.

When you have physio as part of a neurological rehabilitation programme, the aim is to manage muscle contraction (spasticity), improve strength, co-ordination, balance and your ability to control movements in your body. Your programme might include hands-on manipulation and massage, physical exercises (sometimes involving special equipment), and breathing exercises. You may even have hydrotherapy in a special heated pool.

The Portland Hospital offers specialist physio for children who are having neurological rehabilitation.

Physiotherapy teams

Across the HCA UK network we offer physiotherapy to our inpatients and on an outpatient basis.

Each physiotherapy team is made up of experienced physios who specialise in different areas of physiotherapy including musculoskeletal, respiratory, vestibular, neurological and maternity.

Whether you're an inpatient or outpatient a physiotherapist will work with you to design a therapy plan that suits your individual needs in frequency and intensity. 

Physiotherapy at HCA UK is covered by most major insurers and is also available on a self pay basis. 

Our locations

From complex surgery to straightforward procedures, we provide exceptional care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

Contact us about our physiotherapy services

Our helpline advisors can assist with enquiries and booking an appointment with a physiotherapist.

020 7079 4344
This content is intended for general information only and does not replace the need for personal advice from a qualified health professional.
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