Neurology Course

Neurological physiotherapy is the treatment of patients who have a neurological disorder. Neurological disorders are those affecting the brain, spinal cord and nerves; such as stroke, MS and Parkinson's disease. Treatment in neurological conditions is typically based upon exercises to restore motor function through attempting to overcome motor deficits and improve motor patterns. To achieve this aim various theoretical frameworks have been promoted, each based upon inferences drawn from basic and clinical science research. Whilst some of these have remained static, others are designed to take into account new developments, perhaps the most notable example being the "movement science" framework. The various philosophies often generate considerable debate.



  • Motor Learning - the relatively permanent change in the ability to perform a skill through practice. 


  • Motor
  • Communication
  • Cognition
  • Outcome Measures



  • Traditional Interventions
  • Contemporary Inteventions
    • upper limb rehabilitation interventions such as assistive splints, constraint induced movement therapy, sensory training and trunk restraint therapy
    • robotics
    • functional electric stimulation
    • treadmill training
    • stretching and strengthening

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