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  • Brain Injury and Heart Attack: How are They Related?

    Brain injury is one of the main contributors to the huge number of disabilities and deaths in the United States every year. Depending on the severity, some patients take years to fully recover. In order to recover well from brain trauma, patients have to undergo different kinds of therapy from the best brain injury rehabilitation ...
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  • Neuroplasticity: Movement is a Medicine

    Not long ago, it was believed that our brains were incapable of change throughout our entire lifespan. It was thought that our brain’s structure and development was mostly permanent following infancy and childhood. Decades of research have revolutionized our comprehension of the human brain, allowing for better recovery outcomes for patients with neurological ...
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  • Dance Your Way to Mobility! (New Research in the Field of Post Acute Rehabilitation Following TBI)

    What is Dance Rehabilitation? Dance rehabilitation is a form of physical therapy with a strong focus on dance-specific movements. The rehabilitation process can address both new and old injuries with exercises and activities intentionally aimed at aiding the recovery. Dance Rehabilitation can actually help people walk and balance better. The ultimate goal is to help better design and ...
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  • Brain Injury and Heart Attack: How are They Related?

    Brain injury is one of the main contributors to the huge number of disabilities and deaths in the United States every year. Depending on the severity, some patients take years to fully recover. In order to recover well from brain trauma, patients have to undergo different kinds of therapy from the best brain injury rehabilitation ...
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  • Parkinson’s disease, how can Neulife assist you?

    Parkinson’s disease is currently classified as the second most common degenerative brain disorder affecting 7 to 10 million people worldwide.  Within the United States, Parkinson’s affects 1 million Americans. Parkinson’s disease is primarily related to a disturbance in dopamine within the brain. Dopamine is a brain chemical that affects controlled movement, sleep, ability to learn ...
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  • What to expect during Post-acute Rehabilitation?

    You might be hospitalized for several reasons, such as having an injury or illness, and a healthcare professional might have advised you to do post-acute rehabilitation before you are discharged from the hospital. This service is an additional therapy to ensure that you are recovering well from your injury or illness. You want to choose ...
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  • Is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Really “Mild”?

    What is Mild TBI? A mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined as the result of a forceful motion of the head or impact, causing a brief change in the mental status. Mild TBI can be classified as mild if loss of consciousness, confusion and/or disorientation are shorter than 30 minutes. While using MRI and CAT scans is often ...
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  • What is Post-Acute Rehabilitation?

    In relation to health care in today’s world and economy, many facets of care go undefined and are not considered to be truly consistent with standards of quality operation and outcome. “The current process of care transitions for individuals with disabling conditions is both ineffective and inefficient. There is a need for clinicians with the necessary ...
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  • Is Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Really “Mild”?

    What is Mild TBI? A mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined as the result of a forceful motion of the head or impact, causing a brief change in the mental status. Mild TBI can be classified as mild if loss of consciousness, confusion and/or disorientation are shorter than 30 minutes. While using MRI and CAT scans is often ...
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  • ‘POST-ACUTE REHABILITATION’ – A MUST-READ ARTICLE BY MICHAEL SAMOGALA

    Why education is important in TBI. Michael Somagala is Neulife’s Director of Education. We cannot imagine a better-suited person for this position because (as most our staff in other positions) he does whatever it takes to help those who suffer from TBI and their loved ones. He mostly does it by educating everyone who needs it. ...
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