Brain Injury

                   The Brain injury rehabilitation involves two essential processes which are learning how to do things differently when functions cannot be restored to pre-injury level and restoration of functions that can be restored. It is based on the nature and scope of neuropsychological symptoms identified on special batteries of test designed to measure brain functioning following brain injury. By taking into account a broad range of neuro-functional strengths and weaknesses brain injury rehabilitation must be designed. Patterns of brain development are followed by brain recovery. Before fine systems gross or large-scale systems must be developed (or be retrained). Attention, focus, and perceptual skills develop (or are retrained) before complex intellectual activity can be successful.

 

  • Vital stim therapy
  • Robotic therapies
  • Constraint induced therapy
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Innovative cognitive therapies
  • Bioness wireless electrical stimulation

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