A stroke affects your brain, your body’s control centre and has the potential to dramatically alter your life in the blink of an eye. If you’ve recently suffered a stroke, your medical team may recommend rehabilitation. Stroke rehab aims to help your brain learn, change, and adapt. At Valens Care, we provide stroke rehab at…
If you’re living with MND our Valens Care physiotherapists are committed to working with you to manage your condition.
Huntington’s disease can impact many areas of life, affecting physical movements as well as cognitive abilities and emotions.
Fibromyalgia Physiotherapy may help you manage your symptoms through a combination of treatments like targeted exercises, pain management, and education.
While there’s no cure for MS, our Valens Care physiotherapists are experienced in helping people manage their symptoms.
There’s no cure for muscular dystrophy but physiotherapy treatment may help to slow the progression of the condition and maintain your quality of life.
Many consider pain to be a normal part of life with little possibility of improvement. But there’s good news: physiotherapy treatment may make a real difference in managing chronic pain.
Dystonia is a complex neurological movement disorder that can present unique challenges. It’s important to work with health providers who understand the condition and who are willing to tailor your treatment to your individual needs, to get the best effect.
Physiotherapy can play a crucial role for people with disabilities, empowering individuals to pursue their passions and perform daily tasks independently.
Physiotherapy plays a crucial role both before and after surgery, helping you avoid potential complications and helping you to rehabilitate.
Physiotherapy for chronic disease aims to support safer physical activity and empower you to live your life, as independently as possible.
While there’s no cure for dementia, dementia physiotherapy aims to preserve physical and mental well-being for those living with the condition.