Why Is Neurorehabilitation Important?
Our physical therapists and occupational therapists can help you improve your strength and balance, move properly, and regain or compensate for any physical and cognitive limitations. Increasing your activity can reduce your risk for diabetes, heart problems, and lung problems and can improve your overall quality of life.
Our neuro rehab providers are specially trained to work with people who have neurologic conditions. Our goal is to help you live your life independently again.
Occupational Therapy for Neurorehabilitation
Neuro rehab provided by occupational therapists focuses on improving your independence with your daily activities. Treatments may include:
- Cognitive rehabilitation
- Compensatory strategy training (approaches for coping with attention, memory, and other cognitive challenges)
- Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation (including PWR!Moves, a program to maintain or restore skills to help with everyday activities)
- Upper extremity motor control therapy
- Functional electrical stimulation, applying a mild electrical stimulus to a muscle to help it to move better
- Adaptive strategies and/or equipment training to improve independence in daily tasks
- Fine and gross motor coordination therapy
- Strength training and therapeutic exercise
Physical Therapy for Neurorehabilitation
Neurologic physical therapists help you improve your mobility, balance, coordination, and strength so you can participate in activities important to you. Treatments may include:
- Strengthening and flexibility exercises
- Walking exercises
- Balance training
- Task-specific training
- Functional electrical stimulation
- Parkinson’s disease rehab (including PWR!Moves)
- Instruction and recommendation for assistive devices, such as canes, walkers, wheelchairs, and bracing