The experience of professionals in the service of neurorehabilitation

Recovering lost mobility or basic body functions is the desire of those who have suffered some type of motor paralysis, and this requires a rehabilitation process that requires perseverance and the support of trained professionals. 

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The neurorehabilitation is a medical process that seeks to assist in the recovery from an injury to the nervous systemand minimize or compensate the functional alterations resulting from it.

The National Library of Medicine of the United States points out that neurorehabilitation has made great strides in its goal of improving the quality of life of patients suffering from spinal cord injuries, strokes and other neurological disorders that are often categorized as permanent.

Patients are beginning to show recovery beyond what was recovery beyond what was previously thought possible, in large part because of thelargely thanks to the fact that neurorehabilitation experts neurorehabilitation experts have developed new ways of revitalizing the nervous system to enable people with chronic and complete spinal cord injuries, for example, to voluntarily move their legs.

Experts in neurorehabilitation

In order to achieve progress in rehabilitation, it is necessary to have the support of professional experts in neurorehabilitationThese professionals lead the process from the initial evaluation, through the determination of the ideal treatment for each case, to the guidance and permanent accompaniment of the person along the way, in which their commitment and effort are fundamental.

The team of medical professionals of TrainFES has the experience to promote neurorehabilitation.

Physiatrists, physiotherapists, kinesiologists and occupational therapists occupy a fundamental role within the multidisciplinary team of TrainFESwhich has treated more than 3,000 people with various motor problems, thanks to the program that combines technology with permanent support to improve their quality of life.

Comprehensive rehabilitation

The road to integral rehabilitation of the patient needs a multidisciplinary and experienced team to cover their diverse and particular needs. Among the specialties of TrainFES include:


When it comes to a disorder affecting the brain and its motor functions, rehabilitation is supported by neurokinesiology. neurokinesiologya specialty that treats people with nervous system injuries with tools for a personalized rehabilitation, focused on functional objectives and the needs of each patient.

Its field of action is in treating sequelae of spinal cord injury (SCI), cerebrovascular accidents (CVA), traumatic brain injury (TBI), cerebral palsy (CP), or neurodegenerative diseases, with the aim of recover mobility and functionality, promote independence and improve quality of life..

After an evaluation by a physiatrist physiatrista training plan led by a kinesiologist is determined. kinesiologist, who will permanently accompany a process that will be extended according to the complexity of the patient. Therefore, in addition to guiding the exercises, he/she also plays a key role in a key task to provide confidence and security in order to move forward. with a view to moving forward.

Occupational therapy

Comprehensive rehabilitation includes many areas, and one of these is the medical specialty of occupational therapy. occupational therapywhich allows people of all ages to continue to participate in daily life, focusing on what they want and need to improve.

Occupational therapy services generally include:

  • An evaluation to know the patient's history, interests and needs in order to generate a training plan accordingly.
  • A unique intervention plan to improve the ability to perform daily activities and achieve goals.
  • An outcome evaluation to ensure that the objectives established with the occupational therapy professional are met.

All of this is present in the TrainFES methodologymethodology, which relies on a team of occupational therapists trained to carry out these advances, hand in hand with the most advanced technologies available.

Speech therapy

A cerebrovascular accident (CVA), cerebral palsy (CP) or cranial encephalopathy (CTE) not only affects the movement and independence of the person who suffers from it, but also his or her ability to communicate. ability to communicate and even perform essential functions such as swallowing.

These sequelae, related to communication and swallowing, can be treated with speech therapy. phonoaudiologya medical discipline that focuses on promotion, prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation in these areas.

The phonoaudiological team of TrainFES is trained to treat sequelae such as dysphagia or difficulty swallowing; aphasia, which is a disorder that affects the way the person communicates, both in speech and in the way he/she writes and understands written and oral language; dysarthria, which does not allow good control of the muscles of the face, mouth, throat and those involved in breathing; or apraxia, which makes it difficult to express oneself verbally.

Rehabilitation at home

TrainFES innovations make it possible for patients to access telerehabilitation telerehabilitationwhich makes it possible to perform physical therapy at home and thus increase their frequencywith the remote guidance of an expert professional and the support of different types of technologies.

The method of telerehabilitation method incorporates the principles of biofeedback, a technique that uses high-precision instruments to measure physiological responses to certain stimuli to help people gain better control over themselves.

The training process includes the family and family and caregiversso that all are part of the part of the therapeutic process and thus increase the probability of success.

Innovative technologies

One of the main tools of TrainFES is the use of functional electrostimulation. functional electrostimulation (FESwhich is a therapeutic technique that uses low-level electrical currents to stimulate paralyzed or weakened muscles.


It is a non-invasive and painless technique that is applied in situations where there is an alteration in the communication between the nervous system and the muscles, i.e., where the paralysis has a neurological origin. neurological origin.

The use of this technology, in conjunction with the training program of TrainFEStraining program, allows to enhance neuroplasticitywhich is the capacity of the nervous system to modify itself and form connections in response to new information, making possible the rehabilitation rehabilitation of people with this type of injury.

TrainFES is the best neurorehabilitation option in Chile. TrainFES is the best neurorehabilitation option in Chile -with a worldwide patented technology-, since it has its own device for the application of these low level currents that allow strengthening the affected musculature and retraining the neurons to generate functional movements, ranging from metabolic improvements to bipedestation and support for swallowing.

With technological innovation, medical monitoring and a virtual rehabilitation platform, the program allows for up to 10 times more effective therapies. up to 10 times more effective therapies than with a conventional method, with a recovery potential equal to or better than in a face-to-face program.

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