What to Expect From a Neurological Rehabilitation Service
This video is all about the different neurological rehabilitation services provided to patients with serious neurological conditions.
The treatment of an illness or injury to the nerve system is known as neurological rehabilitation service. A stroke, traumatic brain injury, degenerative nerve disease, cancer, or infection are only a few of the conditions that may necessitate rehabilitation. A neurologist, orthopedist, psychologist, physical therapist, speech therapist, or occupational therapist may be on the rehab team, depending on the extent of the nerve damage and the treatment plan you’ve been given by your doctor.
Neurological rehabilitation programs may include:
• Providing assistance in doing fundamental daily functions such as eating, dressing, brushing one’s teeth, going to the bathroom, writing, and even basic housekeeping
• Speak, read, write, or swallow better with speech therapy.
• Management of stress, anxiety, and depression.
• Re-education of the bladder and bowels
• Mobility (movement) exercises, muscular control, gait (walking), and balance-enhancing activities.
• Improved mobility, prevention or reduction of weakness due to lack of usage, management of spasticity and discomfort, and preservation of range of motion are the goals of exercise regimens.
• Retraining of social and behavioral abilities
• Counseling on good eating habits
• Participation in community service organizations
• People with cognitive disabilities, such as difficulties concentrating, remembering, and making good decisions.
To find out more about neurological rehabilitation service, watch the video.