Physiotherapy for Dyspraxia
Dyspraxia is a disorder which affects the organisation and activation of movement. This can result in clumsiness, problems with perception, thought and speech. It may first be recognised when a child fails to reach expected milestones or it may be only recognised later in life when certain tasks are unable to be completed. Physiotherapy aims to help those affected by dyspraxia by either helping them overcome their problems or by finding new more manageable ways of completing tasks.
Leeds Physiotherapy's team of specialist neurological physiotherapists are experts in helping overcome and manage some of the problems experienced by people with dyspraxia. Our convenient clinics and our home, school and work place visits mean you have fast access to the treatment you need.ï¿½ Physiotherapists can help people with dyspraxia in a number of areas including:
- Postural Stability
- Gross motor skills (Running, jumping and playing)
- Fine motor skills (hand writing)
- Achieving personal targets