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Neurological rehabilitation

What is neurological rehabilitation?


Damage to the brain and/ or nervous system can arise from a variety of  causes and can adversely affect:-


Cognitive ability - home management, employment, safety awareness, memory, concentration, processing and planning, skill transfer, understanding a joke or TV advert, emotional control, visual or spatial awareness.


Physical and sensory ability - mobility, strength, balance, co-ordination, dexterity, taste, smell, sense of touch, temperature and body position, speech, breathing, eating and drinking, bladder and bowel control.


Psychological well being - mental health, confidence, sense of value, and pride, social interaction and making/keeping friends.


Energy levels - fatigue as a result of poor sleep due to poor positioning, pain and worry, or fatigue due to specific conditions can also impact on physical, cognitive and psychological health.


All of these problems overlap and impact on each other. In order to gain a positive outcome in one area, it is essential that the therapist has a good understanding of all areas and how they inter-relate.


Neurological rehabilitation is a complex process which aims to aid recovery from damage to the nervous system and/or enable patients to learn and adapt to new ways of functioning. It also helps patients to live life as independently and comfortably as possible and to maximise quality of life.


Prevention and treatment of secondary problems are in important part of rehabilitation. Examples include:



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The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the professional, educational and trade union body for all UK physiotherapists, physiotherapy assistants and students.

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