Our Clinic Services
- Specialist Neurological Physiotherapy
- Home Visits
- Chorley, Leyland, Preston, Lytham & surrounding areas
- Foot Drop Clinic (FES)
- Exo-Band Exoskeleton Services
- Therapeutic Massage
- Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD)
- Meditative Fitness Classes
- Chest Physiotherapy
What They’re Saying
After spine surgery left me with nerve damage and in chronic pain Suzanne enabled me to move. On the day of my assessment, I was unable to walk across a room unaided. Through careful, individualised Neuro-Physiotherapy administered with kindness and unfaltering perseverance Suzanne enabled me to trust my body, rebuild muscle strength, coordination and balance. If I was unable to grasp a movement she would, place my body, model the movement and wait patiently for me to achieve. My first major milestone was regaining the capability to put on my shoes and tie my laces. This became the first step to regaining my independence. I thank Suzanne every time I put on my trainers; I am now walking 5K before breakfast (longer at the weekends). I maintain my movement with exercises designed by Suzanne to meet my needs along with Pilates recommended by Suzanne, Tia Chi and Yoga.
This is a wonderful service; in a state-of-the-art building placed in a beautiful setting. Thank you!
So began the long, unrelenting road to recovery. The uncompromising nature of the therapy and Suzanne’s long-term view of a successful outcome were soon revealed. In one early therapy session I enquired about the possibility of using walking aids (crutches) to be told in no uncertain terms these were not an option because their use would encourage bad habits and that I would walk as naturally as possible unaided
2-3 months later with Suzanne’s advice, encouragement guidance and guidance I completed (with the aid of a stick only) two hours of a sponsored walk-in support of a local charity.
In the course of the last 20 months there have been many stalls and plateaux, but Suzanne has not wavered from her overall objective. Her positivity has never faltered, and all therapy sessions have been well-planned and thought out, some with considerable elements of creativity. When, occasionally, further progress has seemed unlikely Suzanne has had the humility and self-confidence to consult and seek guidance from mentors and colleagues (something sometimes lacking in other members of the medical profession)
As well as addressing the considerable challenges of the physical rehabilitation and return to function, Suzanne has also never shied away from addressing the psychological roller coaster of the road to recovery.
She has had the perception to recognise damaging changes in my mood and has not been afraid to use therapy time to address these issues I can only commend her professional expertise, positive attitude and understanding of both physical and psychological aspects of neurological recovery.
You will be in safe 🙌🏽 with the team @ Dynamic Neuro Physiotherapy Services.
Excellent facilities in their new modern clinic Suzanne and her team offer a very professional service.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Dynamic Neuropathy Limited to anyone requiring physio
Before she became unwell mum had been a fit, determined, and active woman. Mum had lived alone since she was widowed, she valued her independence and had an active social life.
Their initial task was to get her moving after her broken hip was replaced. The team patiently taught mum, her carers at the residential home, and her family the techniques that she needed to get moving again. They gave us valuable and unbiased advice about the special equipment that would benefit mum and then showed us how to use it. Mum was determined and with the Team’s help she was back on her feet. Read More...
Osteoporosis gave her a severely bent back, that was often painful. The team helped her to manage and minimise this pain.
Vicky became an emotional support to mum and our family, as well as physical support. She became a valued friend and mum looked forward to her visits to her residential home. This was particularly important during the Covid 19 pandemic. Vicky was able to make occasional visits, as a medical professional, to provide essential physiotherapy. This was during lockdown when families were not allowed to visit.
Mum finally lost her battle and became a victim of Covid 19 acquired at her residential home in December 2020. Vicky continued to be supportive throughout.
NHS and Social Services have limited resources that do not extend the ongoing the physiotherapy that many elderly people need when they leave hospital. Residential homes look after core medical and care needs, but they do not have time or skills to exercise and mobilise their residents. Dynamic Neurophysiotherapy filled this gap. They worked closely with me to meet mum’s needs to maximise the quality of her life as much as possible.