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Telehealth With Neurospace

We’re in the midst of a global pandemic caused by a new coronavirus. To help reduce the spread of the virus, the government has urged us all to stay at home unless going out for a handful of permitted reasons. To help you stay safe, Neurospace has decided to move to telehealth consultations. This post…

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NDIS: How We Can Help

If you’re eligible for the NDIS, we can help you get the most out of your funding, develop clear goals and deliver high-quality therapy to help you maintain your skills and function. NDIS: How We Can help Neurospace provides physiotherapy and exercise physiology services to many NDIS participants. If you have  an NDIS Plan, we can…

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Stroke Recovery: How Physiotherapy Can Help

What Is a Stroke? A stroke happens when something stops blood getting to your brain. Blood travels along your arteries and delivers oxygen and nutrients to your brain. If your artery becomes blocked or bursts, the blood can’t reach your brain. If brain cells don’t get enough oxygen or nutrients, they die. This is called a cerebral…

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Multiple Sclerosis: Early Intervention, Treatment and Causes

How Does Neurospace Help in MS? Our therapists at Neurospace are trained to help people with neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS). Multiple Sclerosis is the most common acquired neurological disease in young adults, with most people being diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40. MS is a condition of the central nervous system that interferes…

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How Physiotherapy Can Promote Healthy Ageing

Physiotherapists specialise in understanding the human body and its movements. We often focus on a particular area, such as musculoskeletal (aches and pains), neurological (recovery after a stroke or Parkinson’s disease) or cardiovascular (after heart surgery or a heart attack). But as you get older, you often need help with all of the above, and some…

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Considering Surgery? Try Physiotherapy First

If you’re living with ongoing pain in your ankle, neck, knee or back, you may have begun to wonder whether you’ll eventually need surgery to fix the problem. A common question we’re asked as Physiotherapists is, ‘Do I need surgery for my back/hip/knee/ankle/shoulder?’ It is a very good question to ask, as in many cases,…

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Parkinson’s Disease and Physiotherapy

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a complex condition affecting your ability to control your body’s movements. Symptoms include tremors, slow movements, stiffness and difficulties with balance and coordination. It can’t be cured so treatment focuses on managing symptoms and slowing the progression of the disease. Exercise is a very effective treatment for Parkinson’s disease. That’s why…

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Why Am I Dizzy? Eight Possible Causes

It can be hard to describe dizziness in a way that does justice to the sickening feeling of being woozy, unsteady, light-headed or faint. Sometimes it feels like the whole world is spinning out of control. Dizziness is surprisingly common. It is not a condition in its own right but usually a symptom of something else.…

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Bell’s Palsy

Bells Palsy is a weakness of the muscles on one side of the face, often affecting young adults. The palsy is caused by damage to the facial nerve. The nerve can be affected by a number of things. In particular, there can be viral infection causing inflammation and swelling along the nerve which disrupts the…

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Aquatic Physiotherapy

Aquatic physiotherapy (also known as hydrotherapy) is an alternative way of doing physiotherapy that offers a range of benefits that are more difficult to achieve on land when undertaking rehabilitation.  There are a small number of research studies completed, but they do support the improvements that can be made in the neurological population and in…

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