NeuroPhysio for Falkirk, Stirling & Bridge of Allan

Posted by Kenny Thoms on December 13, 2017

We are delighted to welcome Katy Page to our team of Neurological Physiotherapy specialists. Katy is now providing home visits in Falkirk, Stirling, Bridge of Allan, Dunblane, Doune, Grangemouth and surrounding areas, and well as in the north and east of Glasgow. Travel out-with these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire. […]

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NeuroPhysio for Callander, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

Posted by Kenny Thoms on December 12, 2017

We are delighted to welcome Gill Alexander to our team of Neurological Physiotherapy specialists. Gill is based in Callander and is now providing home visits there and in the surrounding areas of Aberfoyle, Drymen and Killearn. Travel out-with these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire. Gill is an extremely experienced neurological […]

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NeuroPhysio for Perth, Kinross and Auchterarder

Posted by Kenny Thoms on December 12, 2017

We are delighted to welcome Ali Allanach to our team of Neurological Physiotherapy specialists. Ali is based in Auchterarder and is now providing home visits there and in the surrounding areas of Perth, Kinross, Milnathort, Bridge of Earn, Comrie, Crieff and Dollar. Travel out-with these areas may be possible so please call us to enquire. […]

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New device helps arm recovery after stroke

Posted by Kenny Thoms on September 5, 2017

#stroke #CVA #braininjury #armrehab #neurophysio   The Move-Able is now available! A simple but very versatile new arm training device is now available for trial in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness. It is designed to help people to move their arm after injury. Sometimes after stroke or brain injury it can be very challenging to “get […]

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How much water should you be drinking? 

Posted by Kenny Thoms on August 22, 2017

This week over in Edinburgh one topic keeps cropping up …. how much water should you be drinking?  We all know we should be drinking more water, but how much more?  And really, what for? The advice varies from source to source, however, a good judge is calculating 24ml of water per kg of body […]

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