FND Specialist Services

We know that a diagnosis or symptoms of FND can be confusing and scary, leaving you to feel isolated. We can help. Our therapists are experienced in helping people (adults and younger people) with FND, through the diagnosis and treatment stages. We provide tailored services, designed in conjunction with people living with FND.

How we can help

Specialist assessment and rehabilitation for difficulties with: 

  • Movement 
  • Thinking/ memory  
  • Mood 
  • Everyday activities 
  • Sensation  
  • Fatigue 
  • Driving reviews 
  • Equipment 
  • Return to work

Bespoke personalised services face to face or online. 

  • Assessment 
  • Testing for positive signs of FND 
  • Physical rehabilitation 
  • Accessing automatic pathways 
  • Understanding FND 
  • Tremor management 
  • Grounding techniques 
  • Return to work support 
  • PIP and DWP application support 
  • FND staying well seizure plans 

Group Services

We also offer a range of online group tutorials including our FND education group and FND tool kit sessions.

And FND Fitness

What is FND?

Functional Neurological Disorders or FND is a common Neurological condition where the brain has difficulty communicating with the body. This can result in difficulty walking, limb weakness, uncontrollable shaking, seizures, loss of speech and much more. FND is a genuine and treatable condition. The disruption to the brains messages is caused by a "software, not hardware" problem. This is no injury to the brain but the brain can not reliably send the correct messages. This is not something the person has any control of and can affect people in a variety of ways. Diagnosis should be made by a Neurologist.


Useful Links





Movement self help videos 

Roles of the FND MDT videos

Technology that can help

There is a variety of useful tools and technology that can sometimes help. Here are some recommendations to help you learn more about or manage your health. 

Apps - FND from Neurosymptoms  - myFND - Calm - Headspace

Reminders and alarms on phones can help with brain fog. 

Recording your symptoms via video can help with the diagnostic process.

You are not alone 

50-100,000 people in the UK are estimated to be living with FND. There are now many support groups online and in person where you can meet other people living with this condition. Some good examples include FND Friends and  FND Hope UK