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woman taking baclofen for spinal cord injury spasticity management

Baclofen for Spinal Cord Injury: Uses, Side Effects, and Management

After a spinal cord injury, individuals may be prescribed baclofen to manage involuntary muscle contractions called spasticity. Up to 78% of people with SCIs experience some form …

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Everything you need to know about diffuse axonal injury recovery

Diffuse Axonal Injury Recovery: Causes, Symptoms, and Methods for Rehabilitation

Diffuse axonal injuries are generally a severe type of traumatic brain injury. Fortunately, through neuroplasticity, it is possible to encourage recovery in the areas of the …

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physiotherapist helping a stroke patient to use compensatory strategies safely

Compensatory Strategies for Stroke Patients: Are They Stepping Stones Toward Recovery?

Compensatory strategies are similar to “shortcuts” for patients with range of motion, strength, or coordination problems after stroke. If a stroke survivor eats with her …

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woman participating in art therapy for brain injury patients

7 Benefits of Art Therapy for Brain Injury Patients

There are many creative ways to treat the secondary effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). One effective method is through art therapy. Art therapy …

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eye doctor examining patient for nystagmus after head injury

Nystagmus After Head Injury: Causes, Signs, and Treatment

Nystagmus refers to a secondary effect of head injury that causes the eyes to make rapid, uncontrolled movements. It usually occurs after cerebellar damage. Vestibular disorders …

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benefits of ketongenic diet after traumatic brain injury

Ketogenic Diet for Traumatic Brain Injury: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Risks?

Can a ketogenic diet help promote recovery after a traumatic brain injury? The ketogenic diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that alters your body’s main …

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senior stroke survivor doing meditation on a yoga mat to practice mindfulness

How to Use Mindfulness to Promote Healing and Happiness After Stroke

Mindfulness during stroke rehabilitation can lead to big gains. Although it may be overlooked and underrated, mindfulness is a great way to promote both healing …

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how to manage cerebral palsy left side motor impairments

Cerebral Palsy and Left Side Motor Impairments: Managing Spastic Hemiplegia

Cerebral palsy is a developmental condition that affects motor functions. Sometimes movement on both sides of the body is affected; other times, the right or …

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cerebral palsy body temperature regulation problems

Does Cerebral Palsy Affect Body Temperature Regulation?

Many children with cerebral palsy experience problems with body temperature regulation. Changes in the weather, limited mobility, and brain damage can result in irregular thermoregulation. …

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can foot drop be cured without surgery? discover 3 alternative treatments

Can Foot Drop Be Cured without Surgery?

A common question is, can foot drop be cured without surgery? The short answer is yes. Surgery is a last-resort treatment for foot drop. Before resorting …

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