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  • Where is the link between neurological rehabilitation and physiotherapy?

    Rehabilitation is an important opportunity for people suffering from various neurological disorders, being the effect of illnesses or injuries that impair our nervous system. It brightens the quality of patients’ lives and, most importantly, gives hope for unaided functioning. It is widely acknowledged that efficient neurological rehabilitation, coupled with personalized physiotherapy techniques, has a direct ...
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  • 5 Speech Therapy Strategies After Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    TBI Therapy Goals The goal of post-acute TBI rehabilitation is to assist the patient in the process of achieving the most autonomous level of functioning conceivable. But achieving independence in communication is always one of the most important needs expressed by TBI patients.   Speech therapy often takes place in a post-acute brain injury rehabilitation facility intended expressly ...
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  • How COVID-19 Affects Post-acute Residential Rehabilitation for TBI Patients

    Residential rehabilitation programs are necessary for some patients who have to undergo consistent therapy. Throughout post-acute rehabilitation, patients are assisted, monitored, and supervised by trained personnel so that they can recover well. Some traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients are on these programs because they need 24-hour support and assistance for their daily activities, medications, and ...
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  • What to Consider When Choosing a Residential Neurorehabilitation Center In The Time of COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted many basic and essential services as cases continue to rise. It’s also raising concerns and anxieties as more restrictions are imposed to slow down the spread of the virus. In these uncertain times, you could be in a dilemma about committing to a residential neurorehabilitation center. Should you go ahead and ...
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  • Brain Injury Clinic – How long does it take to recover from a concussion?

    A concussion is a form of mild traumatic brain injury that typically occurs when a person suffers a direct hit to the head or a whiplash injury. This leads to coup and countercoup movement, where the outside force causes the brain to accelerate against the skull before decelerating and hitting the back of the skull. These ...
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  • 3 Cognitive Therapy Strategies After Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    Most common cognitive impairments following TBI The nature and extent of the cognitive impairment following TBI can range widely, depending on the severity and positioning of the injury. If a focal brain injury transpires, the outcome could be comparable to an injury provoked by a CVA (Cerebrovascular accident or stroke), such as  aphasia apraxia unilateral neglect visuospatial dysfunction. Nevertheless, these are ...
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  • Veteran’s Rehabilitation Program at NeuLife Rehabilitation

    Military service may take a heavy toll on one’s body. The price that the heroic men and women of the U.S. military pay for their service can be extremely high. For this reason, NeuLife Rehabilitation proudly helps Veterans and their families overcome life-altering consequences of their patriotic service to our country.  The real cost of trauma The ...
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  • Everything You Need to Know About Brain Aneurysm: Part 2

    A brain aneurysm is a silent killer. It doesn’t come with any signs or symptoms until it ruptures, which is a life-threatening situation. Also called cerebral aneurysm, this condition affects 1 in every 50 Americans. It is greatly linked to high blood pressure — the leading cause of stroke, heart disease, and death in the ...
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  • Everything You Need to Know About Brain Aneurysms: Part 1

    A brain aneurysm, medically known as a cerebral aneurysm, develops when a weakened part of a brain artery bulges out, creating a pocket filled with blood. Whether big or small, this ballooned spot in the artery can press on the tissues surrounding it. If the brain aneurysm ruptures, bleeding will occur, a condition known as ...
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  • Fall Prevention Guidance from a Physical Therapist

    Falls are a growing problem. Oftentimes a fall causes functional impairments, increased pain, decreased activity, and reduced quality of life. Reports show that falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), accounting for more than 49% of TBIs among children, and 81% among adults aged over 64 years. Falls also contribute to ...
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