Physiotherapy for Dementia

Dementia is a progressive neurological disease which is characterised by memory loss, mood changes and communication problems. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer's disease and it typically affects those aged over 65 years. Physiotherapy can help control and manage some of the physical problems which can be caused as a result of the disease.

At Leeds Physiotherapy our team of specialist neurological physiotherapists have a great deal of experience working with people affected by dementia. Our physiotherapists will work to improve independence and to provide advice to families and carers about how to help outside of treatment sessions. Physiotherapists are able help in a number of areas with people with dementia which include:

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Iqbal, Leeds

"My physio explained what had happened, gave me a clear timetable for my recovery and gave me exercises designed to get me back to work as soon as possible."

Steve, Osmondthorpe

"My wife can now walk around the house with a stick, can use the stairs and is more able to do things herself. We feel it has been a great help as I don’t think I could have coped alone."

Sarah, Headingley

"I am a local case manager and Leeds Physiotherapy has provided my clients with exceptional care and service."