restorative therapy

re·stor·a·tive ther·a·py

(rĕ-stōră-tiv thāră-pē)
A form of physical therapy designed to restore function after spinal cord injury; uses active exercise and electrical stimulation to reeducate damaged motor tracts.
Synonym(s): activity based therapy.
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* Nicolas Pivert, Restorative Therapy group director, Pain & Spine business director, Medtronic, France
A relatively heterogeneous stroke population was intentionally enrolled, addressing the concern that studies using functional imaging to examine restorative therapy effects preferentially enroll a narrow fraction of patients with milder impairments [11] and enabling analysis of biomarker performance in relation to a wide range of baseline impairment levels.
The Naming sponsor of the 5K Walk and Health Fair was Park Avenue Extended Care Facility and the Entertainment sponsor was Lynbrook Restorative Therapy & Nursing.
Microbiome restorative therapy (MBRT) can improve a range of gastrointestinal-related health issues such as irritable bowel disease, diarrhea, GI infections such as Ciardia and Clostridium perfringens, skin disorders, and aggressive disposition in cats and dogs.
Based on the cause of your symptoms, there may be restorative therapy that can help strengthen the muscles that control your bladder.
Jay Hills Restorative Therapy, in-home nursing assistant duties, Jayson Hills, 730 N.
It is part of a restorative therapy which soothes the head instilling a sense of calm through the cenA[degrees] tral nervous system.
This assessment will include only the items needed for this type of assessment: Required demographic information, therapy items, restorative therapy and bladder and bowel training items, and Extensive Services items.
The reason why it's so exciting is it's potentially a neuro-regenerative or restorative therapy," said Stone.
In a first full volume on dental erosion, restorative dentists from Europe and the US consider such aspects as defining erosion and its links to tooth wear, diagnosis, the chemistry, extrinsic and intrinsic causes, children, dentine hypersensitivity, and restorative therapy. Color photographs are used liberally throughout.
SAN DIEGO -- Patients with chronic spinal cord injury regained physical integrity and improved neurologic function with intensive restorative therapy, John W.