Burscough Neuro Physiotherapy is a Leading Neurological Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centre covering Liverpool and surrounding area.
Over the past 25 years Burscough Neuro Physiotherapy Liverpool have specialised in the field of Neuro Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. We have gained knowledge through experience and always keeping up to date with the cutting edge devolopments in Neuro science and Rehabilitation research.
We treat Patients who have Neurological and Mobility problems that may have been caused by damage to the brain, Spinal cord, or Nervous system, typically caused by Stroke, Head injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, or prolonged illness resulting in Loss of Mobility.
With the rising rates of Cerebrovascular diseases and their prompt management Stroke Rehabilitation is an even more essential component in aiding recovery.
Neuro Physiotherapy Liverpool – Home Visits
Our neuro physiotherapy service treats patients in their own homes throughout Merseyside and West Lancashire. We also treat patients at our Specialist Rehabilitation Centre in Ormskirk. We have now been established for over 25 years and have fourteen highly trained specialist Neuro Physiotherapists, Speech & Language Therapist, and Occupational Therapists.
Stroke Recovery, Treatment & Rehabilitation in West Lancashire, Liverpool & Merseyside
An important part of stroke recovery is Neuro Physiotherapy. Neuro physiotherapy is a ‘hands on’ treatment aimed at maximising the functional potential of the neurologically disabled patient… Read more
What is Neuro Physiotherapy?
Neuro Physiotherapy is a ‘hands on’ treatment aimed at maximising the functional potential of the neurologically disabled patient.
Following assessment of the patients specific movement patterns, balance and strength, a treatment plan is designed to focus on maintaining and improving the quality of these impaired movements.
Who do we treat?
We treat patients who have neurological problems that may have been caused by damage to the brain, spinal cord or nervous system, typically caused by stroke, head injury/acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease.