Neuropsychology & Physiotherapy Assessments
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Clinical Neuropsychology is concerned with understanding how a range of clinical conditions associated with an insult to the brain can affect a person’s thinking and cognitive skills, behaviour and psychological and emotional functioning.
A neuropsychologist is trained in the treatment and management of brain injury related problems such as memory impairment or other cognitive problems, behaviour management and the treatment of emotional and psychiatric disorders by psychological therapy or psychosocial interventions.
Physiotherapists help and treat people with physical problems caused by an accident or injury. Physiotherapy aims to restore movement and function to as near normal as possible when someone is affected by a brain injury. Physiotherapists aim to reduce pain, increase range of movement at joints, increase muscle strength, increase balance and co-ordination and improve mobility /walking.
Physiotherapists also work with clients to help set functional goals which will motivate clients, give them a sense of achievement and improve their fitness.
Some treatments may include:
• Postural management including wheelchair suitability, bed positioning etc
• Respiratory Physiotherapy
• Strengthening/ stretching
• Gait re-education
• Gym work