Our team of neurologists at opalphysio is here to help you. The team treats people with neurological conditions or injuries, including strokes, Parkinson’s disease, and spinal cord injuries. Our team of specialists helps ensure that all people who need help can increase their vitality according to their own goals and well-being. We are ready to get your health back on track.
After a cerebrovascular accident (CVA or stroke), symptoms depend largely on which area of the brain is affected and to what degree. For this reason, every injury is individual, just like you. You may have difficulty performing daily tasks or trying to return to active recreation.
The opalphysio Neurological Rehabilitation Langley team is here to help if you or a loved one is on the road to recovery. Whether you have recently suffered a stroke or it has been going on for many years, we are here to help you or your loved one. We have both physical and occupational therapists available to ensure your goals are met in a variety of ways.
Our skilled and dedicated team is committed to ensuring that treatment is tailored to your trauma and that your goals are met. We understand that it is a mental, physical and spiritual journey to recovery and we are here for you.
A man recovering from a stroke
Spinal cord injury
After a spinal cord injury (SCI), you may experience problems in your daily life that prevent you or a loved one from achieving your motor goals. When it comes to returning to sports, daily life, or relieving muscle tension, the physical and occupational therapists at opalphysio Physical Therapy are here to help!
Our therapists provide personalized care that inspires hope and promotes as much independence as possible. This may include shoulder wellness to prevent wheelchair injuries, strengthening the lower body to facilitate a return to walking, maximizing participation in sports and recreational activities, and creating a home development program outside of the clinic.
A man recovering from a spinal cord injury
Rehabilitation of Parkinson’s disease
Our Parkinson’s disease specialists have gone beyond their training as physical and occupational therapists to explore the treatment of movement disorders and the relationship between movement and functional status in people with Parkinson’s disease. They use high-intensity, high-energy exercises, and balance training to maximize and maintain independence, normalize mechanical gait, and reduce the risk of injury.
Every Parkinson’s patient is a little different. That’s why our therapists develop an individualized program and exercise regimen for each patient to help them achieve their specific goals. However, research has consistently shown that physical therapy and a targeted exercise program can help alleviate Parkinson’s symptoms and that it is never too early to start physical therapy. Let one of our experts give you a consultation today!