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Physiotherapy in your own home
Cerebral Palsy Those individuals diagnosed with cerebral palsy often benefit from the positive contribution of physiotherapy through improved movements, balance and mobility. Treatments may also help to prevent secondary complications by reducing the development of contractures and weakening muscles. Amputees There are numerous benefits of physiotherapy for individuals adjusting to life without a limb, such as strengthening muscles, improving balance, relearning to walk and optimising general physical fitness. Treatments and exercise programmes designed specifically for each individual have a positive influence on functional abilities. CONFIDENTIALITY In compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998, all personal medical records will be treated with privacy, kept secure and for no longer than necessary.
Reg No. 75095