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When a person suffers from some kind of damage to their nervous system, they usually turn to medical professionals who have studied neurology. This area of medicine addresses the diagnosis and treatment of conditions and diseases involving the brain, the spinal cord, and the peripheral nerves. The following are some of the different types of neurological issues the team at LeMoine Physical Therapy can help with.

Spinal Cord Injuries

The spinal cord is one of the main parts of the nervous system. The spinal cord is the conduit for the messages between the brain and the rest of the body. If it becomes injured, this can have a significant impact on the person’s ability to perform different activities. A physical therapist can use neurology techniques to help the patient regain these abilities and improve their quality of life.


During a stroke, there is a great restriction on the amount of blood the brain is supposed to receive. This can result in a variety of mobility issues. Physical therapy using neurological therapy techniques can help stroke victims regain their abilities.

Neurological Disorders

There are many different neurological disorders that neurological physical therapy can help with, including:

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Parkinson's Disease

Therapy can help alleviate many of the physical symptoms that come with these conditions. The physical therapist will conduct a neurological assessment on the patient and then develop an individualized exercise and treatment program for the. These exercises will teach the patient how to adjust their movements to minimize the impact of the symptoms and enable them to gain better control over their bodies.

But it is not just the movements that physical therapy can help with. There are many other symptoms that patients with neurological disorders have that physical therapy can help with.

One of the most common symptoms that neurological disorders leave patients struggling with is the lack of energy and fatigue that can hit during the day. Neurological physical therapy helps to naturally increase the patient’s energy level.

Another common symptom of neurological disorders is difficulty in maintaining balance. This can lead to injury – or worse – because of the increased risks of the patient falling. Balancing exercises the physical therapist develops for the patient can greatly reduce these risks.

Contact Our Clinic Today

If you or a loved one is suffering from some form of a neurological disorder or injury, we understand the impact it can have on not only the patient’s life but also their family’s life. Our clinic can help with a wide range of these issues, helping the patient regain control of their life again, enabling them to become more independent and have the ability to perform daily activities for themselves.

Contact LeMoine Physical Therapy to schedule a consultation with one of our dedicated neurology physical therapists and find out how we can help. Call our office today.

Exploring Pain Through Medical Science

Medical science, particularly the field focusing on neurology plays a crucial role in managing chronic illness and pain.  Chronic pain affects millions worldwide, significantly impacting quality of life and functioning. Pain, especially when it persists beyond the usual course of an acute illness or healing of an injury, can become a complex and debilitating chronic condition. If you or a loved one is suffering, consider contacting a physical therapist today.

The Science Behind Pain

Pain originates as a signal sent from nerve fibers to the brain, indicating something is wrong in the body. This system is vital for survival, alerting us to potential harm. However, in cases of chronic pain, these signals keep firing in the nervous system long past the initial cause of pain. Here, understanding the neurological basis is essential for effective management.

The medical field specializing in neurology studies both the physical and psychological aspects of pain. This branch of medicine does not merely address the symptoms but seeks to understand the underlying mechanisms. By doing so, it helps identify the root causes of pain which might stem from various conditions such as nerve damage, chronic diseases, or neurodegenerative issues.

Comprehensive Management Approaches

Managing chronic pain effectively requires a comprehensive approach that often involves multiple strategies tailored to individual needs. These strategies may include medication, physical therapy, psychological support, and sometimes surgical interventions. With over seventeen years of experience, LeMoine Physical Therapy understands that managing pain is not just about dampening symptoms but improving functional abilities and overall quality of life.

Medications play a significant role and include various types of pain relievers, anti-inflammatory drugs, and sometimes medications that specifically target nerve-related pain. Meanwhile, physical therapy helps strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, and reduce the burden on the body. Psychological approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy, assist in coping strategies to manage the emotional stress of living with chronic pain.

Legal Support In Accessing Care

For many suffering from chronic pain, accessing comprehensive pain management services can be fraught with challenges. These might include insurance disputes, workplace accommodations, or securing disability benefits. This is where legal support becomes invaluable. Law firms are committed to helping clients access the treatment and support they need.

LeMoine Physical Therapy works tirelessly to ensure that our patients can navigate the complexities of their pain, and illnesses with their targeted, hands-on approach. We understand that dealing with chronic pain is challenging enough without the added stress of going through it alone. Our team is dedicated to providing the support needed to ensure you have access to necessary medical treatments and neurology therapies.

We Are Here To Help

If you or a loved one are struggling to manage chronic pain and facing hurdles in accessing necessary medical care, we are here to help. You do not have to suffer alone but can find answers and support for the real neurological pain you are facing. Reach out to us today to discuss how we can assist you in taking decisive steps toward managing your health and regaining control of your life. Let us help you move forward on the path to recovery and resilience.


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