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About physability

Working with Individuals affected by paralysis for 16 years. Using Sport and exercise science with complementary therapies to meet client needs. Also Interested in Cold Laser therapy and traditional acupuncture to assist with the rehabilitation process.

Hanging around

Inversion improves posture, stretches out those tight muscles and is very relaxing. Sarah hangs about before her Rewalk session

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I score 2017

http://www.iscorespinalcordmeeting.com/ International spinal cord repair meeting

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Sarah, a walk in the park

Making good progress with re-walk walking  out and about at home and physability

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Osteopathy for all

Tony Nevin treating another Elephant, gives new meaning to ‘Osteopathy for all’. Check out his web site at zooost.com for some great Photos and info on Osteopathy

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Down hill 4 wheeled adapted mountain bikes and bone density

Exercise, paralysis and the potential health benefits of downhill four wheeled mountain bikes The ultimate goal of comprehensive rehabilitation in individuals with spinal cord injury and other neurological impairments has shifted over time from an extension of their life expectancy … Continue reading

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Another happy client

I really appreciated all of your help and fine-tuning and at least I’m clear again what I need to be focussing on. Kind regards, Jenny

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Bionics and prosthetics

http://www.ted.com/talks/hugh_herr the new bionics Incredible demonstration of biomechanics, robotics and development of bionics. Hugh Herr is a very powerful and inspirational speaker for the future of bionics.

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Dikul method of exercise therapy

Valentine Dikul was responsible for the development of the Dikul Institute in Russia. The concept of therapy is based on a system Intensive and progressive exercise therapy; up to 4 hours per-day, 5 days per-week for clients affected by paralysis. … Continue reading

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Comments from a client

Outstanding! So refreshing to be able to work with empathetic and experienced professionals who totally understand the needs and requirements of their customers, and who can really make a difference to the quality of your life. I have been visiting … Continue reading

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Initial consultation has positive effect

Physability I wanted to thank you for the positive experience you were able to give to my dad yesterday. After the physio, he had a renewed enthusiasm for working to achieve the most he can, and it was great to … Continue reading

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