Brain Injury Residential Facilities

How to Ensure a Successful Neurorehabilitation

Neurorehabilitation is essential for patients with disorders of the nervous system, whether caused by injury or disease. At Neulife Rehab, our residential rehabilitation is a supervised program that can help patients to improve their condition and move towards recovering impaired functions.

Neuro rehab is often recommended for patients who:

  • are recovering from a stroke
  • are recovering from an infection like meningitis or encephalitis 
  • are recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) or spinal cord injury
  • are dealing with neuromuscular disorders and degenerative disorders like Parkinson’s disease, Guillain-Barré syndrome, Bell palsy or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Neurorehabilitation is an important step for patients wanting to reintegrate with the community. With a team of trained and experienced medical staff, many patients under our care have seen significant improvements during and after rehabilitation.

Here are some things that we consider to ensure that rehabilitation will be a success: 

The rehabilitation must be designed for the needs of the patient

According to the Neurology Clinical Practice Journal, neurorehabilitation has been vital to patient recoveries since 2000. Our expert therapists have a toolbox of resources and recovery approaches to help their patients.

Some of the therapies available at Neulife Rehab include:

  • Physical therapy 
  • Occupational therapy 
  • Speech therapy 
  • Psychological counseling
  • Vocational counseling
  • Cognitive therapy 

Our neurorehabilitation strategies are unique, specific, and individualized to address the actual health issues of each patient. They cover physical and cognitive recovery, and will also include the psychological and social aspects of the patient’s needs.

The patients’ family members are involved

The success of neurorehabilitation is a team effort, where the family or close friends of the patient must be involved. They will need to work together with our rehabilitation team and build a trusting relationship so that the patient will be able to recover faster.

The facility has resources to help the patient deal with challenges

Difficulties will arise as the patient regains the strength and capacity to return to normal life. The programs we devise, therefore, always anticipate these problems and provide the right resources so that the patient may efficiently overcome the challenges as they are encountered. 

The rehabilitation is geared towards helping the patient regain independence

Ultimately, the goal of neurorehabilitation is to help the patient to become independent. Physical and occupational therapy are pillars of rehabilitation. Our therapists craft an individualized program that aims to reduce the patient’s reliance on mobility aids so that he or she can go back to normal activities as soon as possible.

However, for some patients with severe conditions, neurorehabilitation may be a lifelong process. In such cases, our team schedules follow-up therapies and treatments.

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Where to find a neuro-rehab near me

NeuLife Rehabilitation is one of the best residential rehab centers with specialized rehabilitation programs for a wide range of catastrophic injuries. 

Our programs for neuro rehab, including cognitive therapy, are customized to meet the individual needs of each patient, and care plans are structured to promote the highest level of functional independence and successful community reintegration. Through the skills and experience of our highly trained team of clinical experts, we can treat a wide range of diagnoses and injuries at our brain injury facility.

If you have any more questions concerning post-acute brain injury rehabilitation or any other issue regarding brain injury, call us to make an appointment today. You can also schedule a tour to visit our best brain injury facility. 

 

 

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