STROKE AND NEUROREHABILITATION
No doubt that Stroke rehabilitation has gained special relevance in recent years due to the increase in its incidence, especially in older people.
How can we help?
One of the neurological treatments for adults is neurological physiotherapy, a specialty in neurorehabilitation that analyzes
scientifically the exercise and movement capacity of patients and bases its objectives on being able to recover from injuries
coming from the central nervous system or the peripheral nervous system, as a result of an accident, disease or congenital injury, focused on improving the progress of patients with difficulties in physical mobility, muscle control and balance.
A key principle of neurorehabilitation is the repetitive creation of specific learning situations.
Promote mechanisms of neuronal plasticity in stroke recovery. There is evidence on achieving a better outcome of neurorehabilitation with early treatment, high-intensity, targeted, and active therapies.
The main pathologies treated with neurological physiotherapy are strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative pathologies and peripheral injuries such as facial paralysis, among others.