GOLD STAR AWARD – JULY 2021 – Unfreezing Gait Patterns

July's Gold Star Award goes to Bernard this month for his achieving some fantastic changes in reducing the freezing of gait episodes he was experiencing. Freezing of Gait - often referred to as FOG, commonly occurs when an individual is dual tasking. Dual tasking is when a person is processing environmental information, and/or cognitive information [...]

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Using robot’s to treat Multiple Sclerosis – TVNZ News coverage REX bionics

I have been fortunate enough on my return to New Zealand last year to establish an ongoing building relationship with REX Bionics. It has been a really exciting journey together and I have been given the opportunity to really explore how something as technologically advanced as the REX can be utilised in clinical rehabilitation. I [...]

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Finding the confidence to exercise again with Multiple Sclerosis

80% of people living with MS struggle with fatigue as one of their main reported symptoms, which can hugely impact on not only their ability but also their confidence to exercise. Although we understand that exercise is vital for those with MS to help maintain strength, flexibility, function and mental well-being to mention just a [...]

Building a stronger network

Neurological rehabilitation is a specialised area of medicine and health with many different expert professionals involved all striving towards one common goal..... To improve the quality of life of the individual living with the neurological condition. Health models have presented for decades that close team work with good communication and a client centered approach are [...]

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