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"How Can Home-based Neuro Physiotherapy Help with Stroke, Brain Injury, and Neuro-degenerative Diseases?"

Neuro Home Physiotherapy is a specialized rehabilitation approach that aims to assist individuals recovering from neurological conditions in restoring function and confidence in their daily living environments and communities, such as outdoor areas like markets, buses, shopping malls, and workplaces.

Home Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in the post-hospital discharge phase by facilitating the safe reintegration of patients into their living spaces, enhancing mobility, and improving overall quality of life. During neuro home physiotherapy sessions, patients participate in targeted functional movements to enhance their daily activities.

The primary objective is to enable individuals to apply their progress to tasks and activities affected by conditions like stroke.

For patients showing positive recovery, our physiotherapists may recommend community outings to practice tasks beyond the home environment, such as using public transportation, escalators, shopping, and commuting to work.

Furthermore, Neuro Home Physiotherapy may incorporate electrical muscle stimulation to further enhance muscle strength and support patients in achieving their rehabilitation goals.

Treatment Options Overview

  • Component Training for Functional Activities - Breaking down complex activities into simpler components, for example: stepping (stair climbing), and holding a spoon (eat with both hands)

  • Functional Activities Training - Training on complex functional tasks, such as stair climbing, and eating with both hands

  • Community Integration - Rehabilitation activities outside of the home environment, like using public transportation, shopping, and commuting to work

  • Educating and training caregivers

  • Retraining of sensory functions

  • Improving balance through specialized exercises

  • Strategies for preventing falls, including techniques for safely reaching the ground and minimizing fall impact

  • Measures for preventing secondary strokes

  • Customized exercise routines using household items and furniture

  • Utilizing Functional Electrical Muscle Stimulation

  • Prescription of specialized equipment, example: ankle foot orthosis, commode chair, walking aids, transfer equipment, and so on


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