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Neurological Recovery Blog

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physical therpist using electrical stimulation for spinal cord injury patient

Electrical Stimulation for Spinal Cord Injury: How to Activate Movement Below Your Level of Injury

Following a spinal cord injury, individuals may struggle with severe weakness or pain that impacts their ability to participate in rehabilitation. For an extra boost, …

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caregiver hugging stroke survivors with post traumatic stress disorder

PTSD After Stroke: How to Identify It & Seek Treatment

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is often associated with military combat. However, PTSD can also occur after a stroke in some survivors — because they …

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two stroke survivors playing videos games to promote recovery

Video Games for Stroke Patients: How They Help Recovery & Which Ones to Try

A stroke can affect a wide variety of functions including movement, sensation, and cognition. Fortunately, the brain is capable of recovering these functions, and video …

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physiotherapist helping survivor with hand spasticity treatment by stretching hand with ball

How to Reduce Hand Spasticity and Pain after Stroke

If you have spasticity in your hand and your fingers are stiff and hard to move, or even painfully tight, then you’re in the right …

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child with cerebral palsy experiencing motor impairments in hands

Cerebral Palsy and Hand Functions: What to Expect and How to Manage

Cerebral palsy is a motor disability that can affect movements throughout the entire body, including the hands. When cerebral palsy affects the hands, it can …

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A young man with severe cerebral palsy in a wheelchair being assisted to use an ATM.

Severe Cerebral Palsy: What to Expect and How to Manage

Cerebral palsy is a motor disability caused by damage to the developing brain. Depending on the severity of the brain damage, cerebral palsy can result …

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recovery after internal capsule stroke

Understanding Internal Capsule Stroke: Symptoms & Recovery Process

An internal capsule stroke affects the tiny blood vessels deep within the brain. Because many crucial fibers pass through the internal capsule, even a small …

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child with cerebral palsy in hospital for selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery

Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy: Procedure, Benefits, and Risks

Individuals with neurological conditions often experience involuntary muscle contractions called spasticity. If left unmanaged, spasticity can worsen over time and significantly restrict one’s mobility. To …

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useful spasticity treatment exercises to loosen up stiffened muscles

How Spasticity Treatment Works: Understanding Exercise, Botox, & Add-On Therapies

When muscles become stiff and rigid after a neurological injury like a stroke, it indicates a condition called spasticity. Treatment often involves exercise to help …

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speech therapist helping girl with cerebral palsy manage motor impairments of the face

Does Cerebral Palsy Affect the Face? Effects and Management

When cerebral palsy affects the muscles in the face, it can impact an individual’s ability to communicate, control their breathing, and eat. As a result, …

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