What are the signs of a cognitive problem?
There are several signs that a person may show when they have a cognitive problem, these may include:
- Difficult concentrating
- Memory problems
- Altered verbal fluency
- Inability to learn quickly
- Poor concentration
- Poor judgement
What are the common reasons for a cognition problem?
There are several common reasons in which a person may develop cognition problems. They are mainly the result of neurological illness. Physio.co.uk commonly treat people with cognitions problems either primary or secondary to an illness.
Our physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk treat conditions taking into consideration any cognition problems may be experiencing. Physio.co.uk has :
- Physiotherapists with a wide range of experience in dealing with adults suffering from cognition problems as a result of illness.
- Longer assessments and treatment, so you get the most out of each session.
- A good understanding of your condition.
- The ability to teach treatment plans to carers/ guardians and family members, allowing individuals to continue easily with treatment outside of the clinic.
- Flexible appointment times.
- Physiotherapists that can document treatment in a way that is easier to remember. (making a printed document that is easy to follow)
A cognitive problem is when an individual experiences difficulty with thought and memory processes. At Physio.co.uk, our physiotherapists will find the best possible way for you to get the most out of your treatment session whilst taking into consideration any cognitive problems you may have.
To book an appointment at Physio.co.uk or for further information on how we can help. Please call 0330 088 7800