Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia gravis is an uncommon long-term clinical condition that resulting in muscle weakness.

It most commonly affects muscles that control the face such as the eyes and eyelids. But it can affect other body parts as well.

It can affect people of any age, typically starting in women under 40 and men over 60.

At Craniaa we work on strengthening muscles, improving functional mobility and helping patients achieve personal goals. We use the principles of Brain Training alongside active/assisted manual therapy to encourage neurological improvement. We also use the latest technology to help develop patient’s movement skills, fitness and wellbeing.

Technological Equipment Available at Craniaa;

  1. Functional electrical muscle stimulation. By using electrical impulses muscles are exercised and patients can perform movements that provide a more beneficial workout.
  2. Moto-med assistive technology bike and arm exercise machines.
  3. Dropped Foot Stimulators
  4. Hoisted standing and treadmill devices.
  5. Universal exercise Unit (spider cage therapy). Weak limbs can be supported in multiple positions and assisted, active assisted and resistance exercises preformed.