Motor neuron disease (MND) is an uncommon condition that affects the brain and nerves. Motor neurons, which are responsible for transmitting signals from the nervous system to muscles, are impaired in this class of disorders. It causes weakness that gets worse over time.



Unknown cause but it is thought that environmental, toxic, viral, or genetic factors may be involved.



  • weakness in your ankle or leg – you might trip, or find it harder to climb stairs
  • slurred speech, which may develop into difficulty swallowing some foods
  • a weak grip – you might drop things, or find it hard to open jars or do up buttons
  • muscle cramps and twitches
  • weight loss – your arms or leg muscles may have become thinner over time
  • difficulty stopping yourself from crying or laughing in inappropriate situations


How We Treat

Muscles Strengthening Exercises, Electrical Stimulation, Balancing Exercises, PNF Exercises, Electrotherapy