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Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive mouvement disorder, meaning that symptoms continue and worsen over time but the progression varies among different individuals.

Although there’s currently no cure for Parkinson’s disease, a regular session per week helps reduce the main symptoms and maintain quality of life as long as possible. Speech and occupational therapist will help you too. There are many support groups in your area (https://www.parkinsons.org.uk/)

How can I help you?

The objective of my physiotherapy sessions is improving the balance of your body to prevent falls, correct your posture, move every joints to avoid lack of muscular flexibility, keep a functional walk and a good coordination of movements.

Multiple Sclerosis is a condition of the central nervous system. The immune system doesn’t work properly in such a way that the coating around nerve fibers is damaged causing a range of symptoms such as trouble walking, feeling tired, muscle weakness or spasms, double vision and poor bladder and bowel control.

How can I help you?

The purpose of physiotherapy sessions is variable because multiple sclerosis is a progressive disease and the effects are different for everyone who has the disease.

The most important is to keep your body functioning for the longest time possible. For that, I will help you keeping joints free, carrying on walking with additional help if needed (crutches, walker…), maintain a good respiratory capacity to be able to fight chest infections, give you advice how to change position with ease. I will check regularly common issues such as bed sores, swollen legs and will work with you to prevent them. I usually communicate with your nurse and doctor to advise them if a problem becomes worse.

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