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Congratulations!

15th September, 2018 Congratulations!

Congratulations to 3 of our Senior Physiotherapists at Advanced Neuro Rehab. Nicole Simmons (Senior Lead Physiotherapist), Eileen Ting & Joanne Howie (Senior Physiotherapists) all recently completed their Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapy) at Flinders University. This is a fantastic achievement as it involved 3+ years of extra study, clinical training and clinical research projects

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Dizziness & Vertigo

9th September, 2018 Dizziness & Vertigo

Dizziness can be a scary experience.  Is there something serious that is causing it? Will it ever get better? How will I ever be able to function at work if it doesn’t improve? These are all extremely common thoughts for people that experience dizziness; but the good news is; dizziness can usually be explained and

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Maximising recovery of your arm & hand after a stroke

3rd September, 2018 Maximising recovery of your arm & hand after a stroke

Maximising recovery of your arm & hand after a stroke It’s incredibly common for people to experience problems with their arm after suffering a stroke. Common things you may be experiencing include;  Pain – such as painful shoulder    Weakness, especially difficulty reaching up high or opening up the fingers, or difficulty with fine motor

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Mobility, Fatigue & Multiple Sclerosis

28th May, 2018 Mobility, Fatigue & Multiple Sclerosis

Do you have trouble walking? Does your walking pattern deteriorate the further you walk? Do your legs become heavy, stiff and hard to lift, or do you have trouble balancing when standing or stepping? And is the whole process exhausting?   People diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) often report difficulties with mobility as the most

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Getting Moving with Myotonic Dystrophy

24th March, 2018 Getting Moving with Myotonic Dystrophy

Myotonic Dystrophy (DM) is the most common type of Muscular Dystrophy affecting adults in a wide variety of ways.  Fatigue, muscle weakness, pain and difficulty with controlling movements can all be characteristic symptoms that those with DM may experience; so where do us Neurophysiotherapists fit into the picture? Well, On the 20th February, Eileen and

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Balance & Motor Control courses – Questions & Answers

1st February, 2018 Balance & Motor Control courses – Questions & Answers

What is the B&MC course? B&MC is a clinical reasoning and theoretical course that aims to provide useful and entertaining information to anybody who works to retrain balance in any clinical population.   Why do you run this course? In my role as clinical teacher, clinician, and researcher over the past 15 years it has

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Advanced Neuro Rehab

27th October, 2017 Advanced Neuro Rehab

Advanced Neurological & Vestibular Rehabilitation. The world confederation for physical therapy and the Australian Physiotherapy Association recognise neurological & vestibular rehabilitation as distinct specialist areas of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists help with movement, exercise and physical wellbeing. If you have a neurological condition such as Stroke, Brain Injury, Concussion, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease or Dystonia it is

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Cycling Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease – a new drug of choice!

25th October, 2017 Cycling Exercise for Parkinson’s Disease – a new drug of choice!

My name is Eileen Ting, I work full-time as a Senior Neurophysiotherapist at Advanced Neuro Rehab and am currently doing a Masters of Clinical Rehabilitation (Neurological Physiotherapy) through Flinders University. I have a special interest in providing management for a range of neurological conditions, such as stroke, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis, as well as

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Dizziness & Vestibular Rehabilitation – Compare the pair

25th October, 2017 Dizziness & Vestibular Rehabilitation – Compare the pair

Dizziness & Vestibular Rehabilitation Compare the pair Dizziness & Vestibular Rehabilitation Compare the pair Graham suffered a sudden onset, severe episode of dizziness, nausea and vomiting. Graham was taken to hospital, and underwent a variety of tests which revealed that the cause of these symptoms was likely to be a ‘peripheral vestibular disturbance, likely caused

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James McLoughlin NeuroPhysiotherapy is changing to ‘Advanced Neuro Rehab’

21st October, 2017 James McLoughlin NeuroPhysiotherapy is changing to ‘Advanced Neuro Rehab’

  James McLoughlin NeuroPhysiotherapy is changing its name to Advanced Neuro Rehab   Why the name change? In 2006, following a 4-year stint of work and study in the UK, I begun consulting privately as a part-time sole therapist in Adelaide. Now, 12 years later, we have a fantastic team of 6 physiotherapists, all with

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