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Neurological conditions can be treated in many different ways. Some of the specialist treatments used at Sharp Neurological Physiotherapy include:

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Gait Analysis

Need help with your walking? Book a gait analysis session as a stand alone, or as part of a program including:

- Instruction in an intensive exercise home program, including supply of necessary weights, and resistance bands

- 6 Weekly assisted sessions 

- Repeat gait analysis to assess your progress

Neurological Physiotherapy

What is neurophysiotherapy? Anyone affected by a neurological condition will come across this term. It simply means physiotherapy applied with specialist regard for the neurological system and how it has affected the body. A neurophysiotherapist will complete a specialist assessment and use a different range of treatment techniques to help address the problems created by neurological conditions. These are conditions which affect the central nervous system, that's the brain and spinal cord.

The problems created by neurological conditions are many and varied. They can include muscle spasms, weakness, tightness and contracture. There can also be postural difficulties, inco-ordination, pain and altered sensation.

Because of the variety of presentations and problems, a neurophysiotherapist will use a tailored approach to treatment after a thorough individual assessment. The assesment will include an analysis of movement and therefore the treatment is likely to involve some movement re-education. Usually a treatment series will also involve advice and exercises for you to continue between sessions. For particular problems, your neurophysiotherapist can also use adjunct therapies such as FES, Saebo, Dynamic Movement Orthoses, Air Splints, Splinting/Casting (see links below for further information).

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Physiotherapy for all neurological conditions.

Below are some common conditions which can benefit from physiotherapy

Please click on the relevant condition for more information about how Sharp Neurological can help.

Use outside links for further information

Click here  to see how physiotherapy can help maximise your recovery, or look for other advice through the charity - The Stroke Association

Please get in touch to discuss how specialist physiotherapy can help. Useful information and support can be found here or  through the charity - Headway

Parkinson's Disease

Please leave a message to discuss your needs, or click here for more information about physiotherapy and PD

Spinal Cord Injury

Injury mechanisms and results vary greatly. A skilled neurophysio analysis of the effects of your spinal cord injury will guide your therapy. For further information please get in touch, read here or for other support:

Multiple Sclerosis

Physiotherapy for MS is essential and there are always new techniques and adjuncts becoming available including FES. Click here or contact for more information, and look to other useful sites

There are many other, less common conditions which can respond well to expert assessment and physiotherapy treatment. Please call or email to discuss your needs.

NINDS - the national institute for neurological conditions

Polyneuro Exchange - polyneuropathies e.g. GBS or CIDP

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Working together to achieve 

your goals

Sharp Neurological Physiotherapy believe that a thorough initial assessment should result in a personally tailored treatment program which addresses the client's needs and goals. It should be selected from treatments with good clinical evidence behind them, balanced by personal ability and preference. There's usually more than one way to successfully achieve improvements.

A treatment regime with Sharp Neurological Physiotherapy includes access to new technology and best evidenced treatments such as:

 Functional Electrical Stimulation

Orthotics and Splinting

Mirror therapy

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)

Movement Science Approach

Dynamic Splinting

PD Warrio​r trained

Overall, our aim is to achieve a specialist, specifically tailored program which meets the needs and expectations of our clients. We aim for excellence, efficiency and outcomes within a service which is at all times professional, reliable, and accessible.


What happens now?

If you feel you are ready for some physiotherapy, or just need some more information about treatments and services available, then please get in touch by phone, email or by using the contact form. We will get back to you for an initial discussion to clarify your aims and some details such as your medical history and GP practice. If you are happy to continue, we will book an initial assessment appointment.

On your first visit, your neurophysiotherapist will conduct a full assessment and develop a treatment plan with you. This will usually involve a program of exercises and advice to follow in between sessions, as well as planned treatment/s with your physiotherapist or therapy assistant.

Progress towards your goals will be monitored and discussed with you regularly and of course,  you are able to end your sessions at any time.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Block Booking Discounts:

5% off a block of 6 sessions

10% off a block of 12 sessions

Discuss with your therapist at your initial consultation

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Domiciliary visits within 10 miles of

Nantwich, Cheshire



Mon- Fri: 9:00am - 3.00pm


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Corona Virus Update

Sharp Neurological Physiotherapy would like to reassure all clients and families that our communities health and wellbeing are always foremost in care planning and delivery.

Face-to-face appointments are available.

In line with current Public Health England advice, where there are no COVID-19 symptoms or positive test, standard infection prevention and control measures will be put in place. 

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December 2023

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