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Neuro Physiotherapy in London - we work with people living with MS, stroke, Parkinson's, spinal injury and other neurological conditions

Neuro Physiotherapy in London - we work with people living with MS, stroke, Parkinson's, spinal injury and other neurological conditions

playdough filled balloon for sensory stimulation and hand/ finger strengthening

playdough filled balloon for sensory stimulation. Due to being in a latex safe facility we use exam gloves.

The first core exercise for anyone with a neurological condition!  - Lie down with your knees up  - Flatten the small of your back into the bed - Feel your tail bone tuck under you  - Slowly relax again Master this before moving onto other core stability exercises!

The first core exercise for anyone with a neurological condition! - Lie down with your knees up - Flatten the small of your back into the bed - Feel your tail bone tuck under you - Slowly relax again Master this before moving onto other core stability exercises!

Balance exercise that everyone can try 1. Standing (arms straight in front of you, shoulder level, feet shoulder width apart)  2. Lift heels up (balancing on the balls of your feet, keeping arms straight in front of you)  3. Return heels back to ground

BL Exercise 10 Standing Calf Raises: Standing (arms straight in front of you, shoulder level, feet shoulder width apart) Lift heels up (balancing on the balls of your feet, keeping arms straight in front of you) Return heels back to ground //

The first core exercise for anyone with a neurological condition!  - Lie down with your knees up  - Flatten the small of your back into the bed - Feel your tail bone tuck under you  - Slowly relax again Master this before moving onto other core stability exercises!

The first core exercise for anyone with a neurological condition! - Lie down with your knees up - Flatten the small of your back into the bed - Feel your tail bone tuck under you - Slowly relax again Master this before moving onto other core stability exercises!

playdough filled balloon for sensory stimulation and hand/ finger strengthening

playdough filled balloon for sensory stimulation. Due to being in a latex safe facility we use exam gloves.