physiotherapy

Neurological Physical Therapy

You may have difficulty speaking, swallowing or breathing if a component of your nervous system is damaged. There are also problems with memory, senses, mood, and behavior.

Patients with neurological injuries or diseases need physical therapy. Patients who have suffered a neurological injury may experience a loss of function, inability to do certain activities, or even losing independence. In addition, reduced activity can cause other health issues such as diabetes, heart disease, and lung problems.

Facial Palsy

The facial nerve supplies the muscles with the facial muscles, and facial nerve damage causes facial palsy due to congenital conditions, trauma or disease, such as brain tumor, bell’s palsy, stroke. Paralysis or weakness of the muscles in the face. The majority of cases are Idiopathic.

Bell's Palsy

Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes weakness or paralysis of one side of the face. These symptoms often manifest first thing in the morning. A person wakes up to find that the other side of their face is not moving. A person might suddenly find it difficult to control their facial muscles. This is usually the case on one side. The affected side of your face may droop. It is possible for the weakness to affect saliva, tear production, taste perception, and even taste.

Sciatica

The largest nerve in your body is the sciatic nerve. A large nerve that runs from the lower back to the back of your legs. Sciatica can be a debilitating condition that causes pain or paresthesia in the sciatic nerve distribution. Sciatica pain can be described as a burning sensation or shooting sensation that radiates down the leg, foot and front of the thigh.

Stroke

A stroke, also known as a brain attack, is when blood clots block blood vessels or burst blood vessels, causing disruption to blood flow to a part of the brain. A stroke is a cut to blood supply to the brain, resulting in brain cells not receiving oxygen.

Hemiplegia

Hemiplegia refers to paralysis of the lower arms, legs, and face muscles on one side of the body. This could include visual disturbances, sensory loss such as numbness, paresthesia, or paralysis of the face, or difficulty with speech. Attacks are often stereotyped and occur mostly in childhood or adolescence. They may also be precipitated by trivial head injuries, but rarely more than once a calendar year.

Paraplegia

Paraplegia is paralysis in the lower body. Paraplegia can occur as a result of an accident either of an injury or chronic condition. Spinal injuries may not always be apparent immediately. Paralysis or numbness can also be delayed or immediate. The resultant swelling or bleeding can cause additional injury. It is necessary that you seek immediate medical attention.

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease, a neurological condition that causes brain cells to die, results in memory loss and cognitive decline. It gradually destroys memory, thinking skills, and eventually the ability to perform the simplest tasks. Most cases occur in those over 65, and only 10% of them are reported to the Trusted Source.

Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s disease affects the nervous systems and is a movement disorder. Low brain dopamine levels are what causes Parkinson’s disease. Your face may not show any expression at all in the initial stages of Parkinson’s. You may notice that your arms are not moving when you walk. You may have difficulty speaking or your speech may be slurred. Parkinson’s disease symptoms can worsen with time.

Epilepsy

Epilepsy can occur at any age but is more common in children than in older people. Seizures can be short bursts in electrical activity that temporarily alter the brain’s functioning. These seizures can lead to a variety of symptoms. There are two types of seizures. Generalized seizures can affect the entire brain. Focal seizures (or partial seizures) affect only one area of the brain.

Patient Testimonials

The quality of your experience and accuracy of your imaging is our top priority. Here’s what some of our patients think about Body Experts.

Asma Aslam Patient

For many years, I have suffered from chronic back pain. My back would become irritated. Since my first treatment with laser therapy, I have felt less pain and had more mobility. After a few treatments, my mobility has improved. Laser Therapy has changed my life!

Muhammad Talha Patient

I experienced pain and limited movement. After undergoing various treatments and exercises, I now have a good range of motion and no pain. The clinic has a very relaxing atmosphere and the staff is friendly. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and I would recommend it highly.

Maria Nawaz Patient

I was able to go twice per week, and follow the exercises at home. It took me about 4 to 5 years to get rid of my shoulder pain. I am so grateful that you were able to relieve my pain.

Aftab khan Designation

During my treatment everyone has been really helpful and extremely professional... although previous providers have been very good I think overall level of your service has been better.

Zulaika Nawaz Designation

Your customer service is excellent. Every physio I have seen has taken time to understand my problem and to listen. I have almost always felt that my treatment was beneficial and any advice that I was given was appropriate and has helped me in the interim and longer term.

Jannat Noor Designation

My recent visit was for a low back pain. Having been to several physiotherapists in the past for the same problem I decided to try your practice, as I have previously been successfully treated for a neck related problem. In just 2 sessions and armed with some home exercises, my back was so much better in a much shorter time than I had experienced previously