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Specialist assessment and treatment for neurological conditions

Edinburgh neurological physiotherapy

Physiotherapy can help many injuries and conditions but a neurological physiotherapist has the specialist skills to help people with neurological conditions.

The physiotherapists at NeuroPhysio Scotland all have many years of experience working in neurological physiotherapy, treating a multitude of conditions, with the most common being StrokeSpinal Cord Injury and Multiple Sclerosis  We provide treatment at home or in a clinic and provide a plan that is specific to the needs of the individual.

We also offer Rehabilitation Technology expertise and can provide the latest rehabilitation aids such as Saebo dynamic arm orthotics or Functional Electrical Stimulation devices. Use of these technologies can often enhance recovery or provide lasting solutions to physical problems.

Our treatments can help people who have a neurological condition achieve their personal goals of maximum fitness, function and quality of life:

  • Mobility in walking, climbing stairs and physical transfers
  • Hand and arm movement such as grip strength, dexterity, eating and drinking
  • Balance and co-ordination to prevent falls
  • Stiffness and tightness in muscles
  • Pain control

We provide a variety of different services across Scotland.  View our “Where we Visit” page to find your nearest location and what services we can offer.



If you have a neurological condition that isn’t listed here but you think specialist physiotherapy might help, please give us a no obligation call to discuss.

We offer a home visit service – often the best place get a clear idea of how your condition affects your day to day activities. Clinic rooms can also be arranged or we could see you in your local gym or swimming pool. Get in touch for a chat>>


STROKE (Cerebro-Vascular Accident or CVA)
physiotherapy for strokes
A stroke occurs when the blood-flow to an area of the brain in interrupted. This can be caused by a burst blood vessel or by a clot causing a blockage. The severity of the symptoms depends on the size.
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spinal injuries physiotherapy
Treatment for SCI focuses on maximizing recovery of movement in the limbs affected with the overall aim of giving patient an opportunity to become as independent as possible.
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“I thought you’d be amused to see this wee video of me in action! It felt wonderful, if a bit wobbly! Tricky getting on and off, standing on the left leg but if felt like real progress and a big thank you to you for your encouragement! This week I’ve done 3 things I thought […]


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