Harnessing the power of neuroplasticity and our deep understanding of the brain, we help people with neurological and vestibular conditions move more easily and enjoy a better quality of life.
Research suggests that intensity of therapy and practice is one of many ingredients to a successful rehabilitation program. With our skilled and approachable therapists, we can maximise recovery in conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury, using a blend of evidence-based practice and expert clinical reasoning.
Unlike other services, we don’t just “do” therapy – but encourage you to participate, learn and explore, so we can have a dialogue about what matters to you and how to make it happen.
Enquire now about our clinic or home-based consultations, and learn about what makes us so holistic and successful.
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At Klint, we can to listen to you from the very beginning. So whether you leave your details or give us a call, you will speak to one of our friendly neurological physiotherapists who will walk you through the process, and help you get what you need.