neurological rehabilitation


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neurological rehabilitation

A supervised program of formal training to restore function to patients who have neurodegenerative diseases, spinal cord injuries, strokes, or traumatic brain injury.
See also: rehabilitation
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- National Institute of Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Balneoclimatology, Clinic of Neurological Rehabilitation IV (07-18.03.2011); (06-17.06.2011)
This study compares the effects of aerobic exercises and neurological rehabilitation on improving the motor and functional abilities between stroke patients who had a previous history of diabetes, stroke patients without diabetes, and stroke patients who developed diabetes after the stroke episode.
Neurological rehabilitation can be defined as a process that aims to optimize a person's participation in society and sense of well-being.
A neurological rehabilitation program consisting of neurophysiological exercises, stretching exercises and strengthening exercises was given for neuromuscular deficits.
The BI is one of the most common measures in neurological rehabilitation. The functional independence of the patients is assessed with ten ordinal-scaled items resulting in a scale of 0 to 100 (with 0 being completely dependent and 100 being completely independent).
Although Janet's major contribution was in neurological rehabilitation, the way she conceptualised the profession and moved it forward applied to other areas of rehabilitation.
handed down the judgment in favor of the Neurological Rehabilitation Living Center of Virginia Beach, Virginia, which provided care to Cody Metheny between 2008 and 2013 without being paid.
The father-of-two was treated at Leeds General Infirmary before being transferred to a specialist neurological rehabilitation centre in York.
Aiken predicts that neurological rehabilitation technology will progress dramatically in the coming years.
The program includes 216 private patient beds, 20 operating rooms, 120 intensive care unit beds, 78 clinic exam procedure rooms, diagnostic testing and imaging, pre- and postoperative and PACU areas, multidisciplinary outpatient clinics, catheterization lab facilities, cardiac and neurological rehabilitation, hybrid operating rooms, and intraoperative MRI.
The Rheinische Post commented: "In the best case scenario, a long neurological rehabilitation awaits him."
He suffered severe trauma to his brain stem, which resulted him being in a persistent coma and needing intensive neurological rehabilitation.

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