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Psychology within integral rehabilitation

A person with paralysis or difficulty moving is affected in the performance of activities of daily living, which can range from transferring to feeding or going to the bathroom independently, which in addition to the physical sequelae can bring psychological problems and mood disorders.

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The key role of physiatry in neurorehabilitation

After suffering neurological diseases or injuries, it is possible for people to lose body functions such as movement or sensitivity, suffering from motor paralysis. The recovery of these requires an interdisciplinary approach, which enables a comprehensive rehabilitation.

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Innovation in Speech Therapy

A cerebrovascular accident (CVA), spinal cord injury (SCI), cerebral palsy (CP) or cranial encephalopathy (CTE) affects not only the movement and independence of the sufferer, but also his or her ability to speak, communicate, and even perform essential functions such as swallowing.

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How functional training promotes neurorehabilitation

Neurological disorders such as cerebrovascular accident (CVA), spinal cord injury (SCI) or cerebral palsy (CP) can leave a person with varying degrees of motor paralysis affecting mobility, ability to move and, ultimately, quality of life. In addition, it can also cause problems related to metabolism and lack of movement.

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The role of occupational therapy in neurorehabilitation

The loss of some degree of mobility due to motor paralysis has a great impact on the affected person, who is prevented from performing activities of daily living.

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Kinesiology, a key specialty for neurorehabilitation

Neurokinesiology is a specialty dedicated to assist and rehabilitate people with nervous system injuries, with tools for a personalized rehabilitation, focused on functional objectives and the needs of each patient.

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Comprehensive rehabilitation to restore mobility

Thanks to a set of procedures developed by healthcare experts, patients affected by injury or disease can regain movement, independence and, most importantly, quality of life.

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Why is the pelvic floor important?

The pelvic floor is a hidden, but important muscle group. Its functions range from sphincter control to sexual enjoyment.

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Interdisciplinary therapies for cerebral palsy

In addition to physical therapy, the best potential can be realised with the help of various interdisciplinary therapies.

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