Physiotherapy for people with Multiple Sclerosis

By: Point One Clinic  11/09/2014
Keywords: lower back pain, back pain relief, pain management

The Principle Behind the Approach We recognise pain and tension around the cervical (neck), shoulders, and lumbar (low back) on clients with various physical symptoms. The pain and tension may be subtle and often hidden, only to be revealed through palpation, or gradually revealed over the course of treatment. There is a positive co-relationship between this pain/ tension and many physical symptoms. That is to say, the location and severity of pain/ tension in the shoulders/ spine correspond to many physical symptoms. Therefore, our treatment goal is to help the body let go of the pain and tension so that the symptoms improve. Symptoms Benefitting from Treatment It takes time, and improvements are in stages. Based on our clinical experience, the following symptoms can benefit from our treatment programme. Mobility & Balance associated with MS, Guillain-Barré Syndrome Energy Level associated with MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Stress, Depression, Anxiety Neck/back pain associated with MS, Stress, Accident, Anxiety, Depression, Sports injuries Pins/needles/numbness in arms & legs associated with MS, Stress, Accident, Sports injuries Bladder Urgency associated with MS For more information, please visit our website:

Keywords: back pain relief, chronic pain, hip pain, low back pain, lower back pain, multiple sclerosis, Neck Pain Relief, pain management, Stiff Back

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