Neurological conditions

Each person’s journey with a neurological condition is different. Understanding your condition can help you set realistic goals, plan strategies for managing your symptoms and making the necessary adjustments to your day-to-day life.

What is a neurological condition?

If you’ve been diagnosed with a neurological condition, it means that your nervous system is disrupted in some way. The nervous system transmits signals around the body.

It is made up of the central nervous system – the brain and the spinal cord and
the peripheral nervous system – a complex collection of nerves which are connected to the brain and spinal cord.

Neurological conditions can cause a wide variety of symptoms and challenges, including:

Altered Strength

Reduced mobility

Speech and/or swallowing problems

Altered sensation memory and cognition issues

Choose from the menu for more information about some of the most prevalent neurological conditions.