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What is MS? Multiple sclerosis is a condition that affect the central nervous system. It is a condition that damages the myelin sheath which insulates the nerve fibres. This means nerve conduction through the fibres moves much more slowly. This means that someone having multiple sclerosis can have unpredictable symptoms. Are there different types of MS? There are four types of MS:  Relapsing-remitting MS - is the most common type and has short attacks to

Falls prevention Why is there so much attention for falls prevention? Around a third of all people aged over 65 years fall each year.Having previous falls is an important indicator for falls risk. Specific groups have higher falls rate for example Parkinson’s disease or people aged over 85+.Falls can happen doing daily tasks, like vacuuming the house, or when shopping.47% of non-injured fallers are unable to get themselves up by themselves from

What is Parkinson’s disease? Parkinson's disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder. It affects neurons producing dopamine in a specific area of the brain called substantia nigra. Popular celebrities like Muhammad Ali and Michael J. Fox have had Parkinson related conditions What are the key features of Parkinson’s disease? There are 4 key features you may notice in early stages of Parkinson’s disease: Tremor, described as pill rolling tremor in hands. Other forms of tremor

Here is your chance to improve your tennis elbow? Tired of that nagging pain in your elbow? Unable to pick up the kettle or the groceries? Typing at your computer becoming a painful drag? Craig Paulsen Physio gives you the top tips to reduce your pain. How does it start? Tennis elbow is a tendinopathy condition. Tendinopathy occurs when the stress and strain placed on your tendon exceeds its ability