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The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists

Neurological Rehabilitation Service

This service is provided for those living with a neurological condition, such as Stroke, Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, Parkinson’s Disease and any other condition that affects the brain or spinal cord. There is a strong evidence base in support of exercise and physiotherapy in recovery from, and long term management of neurological conditions.

This service is designed for those who wish to live well with a neurological condition. To avail of this service, ideally you will have been discharged from your primary care team, have ongoing goals for your mobility and function and can attend our clinic in Oranmore.

We provide a comprehensive assessment, looking at

  • your strength
  • flexibility
  • sensation
  • proprioception
  • co-ordination

All of the above can be affected by a neurological condition.

Together we will devise a treatment plan specific to your needs and goals.

Your programme may include aspects of strengthening, stretching and task specific practice.

Mary Burke
Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist


Where? Galway Bay Physio, Arlington House Medical Centre, Oranmore

When? Wednesday evenings

How Much? Initial Assessment €100

How do i get in contact? Call the office on 091 569706, Email or Book Online


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