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Remember if you suspect that you or someone that you are with is having a stroke, you should follow the following guidelines:
The main signs and symptoms of a stroke or TIA (Transient Ischaemic Attack) can be identified by remembering the word F.A.S.T.:
Face – the face may have fallen on one side and the person may be unable to smile, or their mouth or eye may have dropped
Arms – the person may not be able to raise both their arms and keep them there due to weakness or numbness in their arms
Speech – the person may have slurred speech
Time – if any of these signs or symptoms are present, it is time to dial 999 immediately
Our NeuroPhysical Programme at the Life Centre continues to go strong and we are grateful to all our fantastic particiapnts and Plymouth Physio stude...
Next NeuroPhysical Programme dates set for June 2016.... See you there!
May 3, 2016
‘Getting Personal’ - Giving patients Choice and Control over their health with Personal Health Budgets.
March 1, 2014
Louis Theroux documentary 'A different brain' helps to raise much needed public awareness of Acquired Brain Injury
May 16, 2016
Plymouth Neurophysio are very excited and proud to introduce new team members...
September 25, 2019
'Strictly fun', 'Goodbye Treadmill, 'Splash time', 'No Lycra'... Getting Active doesn't have to be hard work!....
May 14, 2019
Cyclone session setting up FES bike with one of our Plymouth clients #Neurotechnology
May 16, 2018
Great patient workshop with Saebo products today. Exploring and discussing Upper Limb Rehab with Amy Bean (Saebo UK)
April 20, 2018
photo neurophysical exercise