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1st November 2018
Inpatient Rehabilitation centre

How Occupational Therapists Can Support Carers in Stroke Rehabilitation

According to statistics from Stroke UK there are 100,000 strokes per year and over 1.2m stroke survivors. Strokes are the leading cause of disability in the UK and a third of stroke survivors struggle with depression. Occupational therapists (OTs) can play a big part in inpatient or home rehabilitation which […]
3rd September 2018
Standing with a walking frame

Postural Assessments

In the aftermath of a stroke, many patients find themselves suffering from impaired mobility, which can have a massive impact on their day-to-day life. A posture assessment, performed by a fully qualified occupational therapist, is key to developing a personalised care plan that allows patients to continue living their lives […]
7th August 2018
Physiotherapy can help to keep people with Pakinson's Disease active for longer

What Can Physiotherapist Intervention Improve in Parkinson’s Disease?

As providers of expert physiotherapy at home, the team at Therapies on Thames have helped many patients with Parkinson’s Disease continue to lead a full and active life. How does Parkinson’s Disease affect the body? Parkinson’s Disease presents a variety of physical symptoms, including tremors, issues with speech, muscle cramps, […]
13th June 2018
Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy input would prevent falls in Elderly

Falls in Elderly population and its prevention