What is Neuromuscular Rehabilitation?
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation helps improve core stability, postural awareness, strength, balance and flexibility. The approach used at Bespoke Physiotherapy incorporates manual therapies, facilitated movement, Clinical Pilates principals, education and Pain management and awareness. Our priority is to ensure that your understanding of Pilates techniques and core stability is up to scratch before you move on to a 1:2 or 1:3 group class. We use manual handling skills and equipment to help you find specific movements and facilitate your strengthening program with the goal of you being able to undertake exercises independently with maximum benefit and technique. Our Physiotherapists have extensive training and full certification with APPI. They are expertly trained to facilitate your recovery, reduce pain and improve core stability; getting you back doing the things that you enjoy.
What are the benefits of Neuromuscular Rehabilitation at Bespoke?
Individual and small group classes with a personalised Neuromuscular Rehabilitation program for each client
Individual and small group classes enable our Physiotherapist to monitor your technique and provide feedback and guidance
Improved core activity for greater postural control
Improved balance and stability
Improved muscular strength and flexibility
Increase body tone and overall fitness
Injury rehabilitation and prevention
Work with a qualified Physiotherapist who is a certified Clinical Pilates Instructor
Our Physiotherapist are highly trained and skilled to work with with Neurological, Orthopaedic, Vestibular and Chronic Pain Conditions as well as Rehabilitation after surgery.
Neuromuscular Strength and Conditioning Exercise Group for Pre-habilitation and Rehabilitation
Our team are knowledgeable and dedicated to helping empower our clients throughout their rehabilitation and to facilitate their return to a feeling of joy in movement and a sense of overall wellness. At Bespoke we find that a combination of Physiotherapy and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Exercise - can be particularly effective for many patients in achieving these goals.
We can help you recover from:
Chronic Pain including - Neck, Back, Hip, Knee & Shoulder
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Neuromuscular Exercise for the Neurological Client
There are many benefits of exercise for the neurological client, including those affected by Stroke, Acquired Brain Injury, Parkinson's, Cerebral Palsy (CP) and Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Our team of Physiotherapist utilise their expertise in the field of Neurology to modify and tailor exercise programs to the individual needs of those living with a neurological condition.
Neurological Rehabilitation puts a strong emphasis on strength and conditioning, gait retraining, balance and dynamic stability to facilitate improved function and movement. Our Physiotherapists work with you; providing education, support and specific exercises tailored to your needs.
All of our Physios have completed “An Introduction to Pilates for Neurological Clients”, as well as certification. Our very own Jane Costello is the co-creator and presenter of “An Introduction to Pilates for Neurological Clients”, whereby she educates and teaches Physiotherapist for the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
Our Vestibular Physiotherapists use Clinical Pilates techniques in combination with Vestibular exercise and manual handling techniques to facilitate vestibular rehabilitation. This is an excellent way to improve the vestibular system and its contribution to balance and motion sensitivity. Vestibular Rehabilitation is a method of improving the way our brain interprets vestibular information, which reduces the symptoms associated with vestibular dysfunction.
We offer a specifically designed Vestibular Program which runs over the course of 6 weeks. Throughout this program you will receive:
Education about the Vestibular system and your symptoms
Support from our Vestibular Physiotherapist
Evidence based vestibular exercises and a home exercise program
A small group setting where you will exercise alongside clients with similar symptoms
Return to work program if required
Please note: All clients require an initial Vestibular assessment before participating in our Vestibular Program