Ask The Expert - Physio 4 Neuro - Neurological Physiotherapy, MidlandsPhysio 4 Neuro | | Page 2

Tit bits of NEWS

Meningitis and Measles Vaccines Students are being encouraged to have the MenACWY vaccine against meningitis and MMR against measles, due to European outbreaks. https://bit.ly/2MVrrf5 6-8 hours of sleep is best https://bit.ly/2N1Dnfi The WHO suggests that people over the age of 50yrs should take 600MET weekly minutes of physical activity, equivalent[…]

Read More »

Leaky Gut

Leaky Gut Syndrome occurs when sensitivity causes chronic inflammation within the intestinal walls. This is instigated by excess gluten, which releases Zonulin, the protein that breaks down cell junctions within the intestines. As a result the immune system attacks toxins, microbes and undigested food as if they were foreign invaders.[…]

Read More »

More tips

Dietary points of interest attributed to the CSP Frontline, Physiotherapy professional Journal 1. Taken from the Journal of the American College of Cardiology – Folic Acid supplements may help reduce risk of Stroke with those suffering with high blood pressure by a massive 75% 2. The Independent newspaper reported that[…]

Read More »

GDPR

The new GDP Regulations are fast approaching – 25th May 21018. Physio4Neuro now has new Policies and Procedures, added Statements on this website, to demonstrate that readers are made aware of the steps taken by Phyio4Neuro to maintain and store medical records and information safely. Physio4Neuro also now has a[…]

Read More »

Falls Prevention – what can we do?

Since recent new figures on how much falls in the elderly cost the NHS, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy are making their members aware that there are nearly as many younger elderly who have falls (probably because they are more active). So we are being asked to target active 55-80year[…]

Read More »

Can moving a painful joint help with pain?

Recent studies have shown that there is evidence for exercises for “shoulder pain”, especially those affected with impingement being most effective. Specific exercises are better than generic ones. And in conjunction with manual therapy, this strategy was most recommended. The other modalities are more invasive such as cortico-steroid injections, anti-inflammatories[…]

Read More »

Christmas, New Year and resolutions – Exercise

After Christmas turkey, pud and all the trimmings….I am sure we know, that we need to get out and do something physical….but what? Walking, jogging, playing sports or just carrying out maintenance exercises to keep yourself mobile to and from the bathroom. I think we would all agree that the[…]

Read More »

Neurological Rehabilitation towards Recovery

Neurological Rehabilitation towards Recovery Patients’ over-riding questions are “will exercises really help?” and of course “how long will it take?” 1. Everyone is different, but undoubtedly, the more you put in the more you reap the benefits – “practice makes perfect”. So yes exercising specifically will help 2. Everyone has[…]

Read More »

Weather….

Whilst the weather is still nice…..walk outside…….walking is good exercise still…. refer to a recent previous note here

Read More »