Neurological physiotherapy

Neurological physical therapy techniques used to treat sequelae of injuries of the central nervous system or peripheral. The aim of the exercises (agreed between the patient, family and physiotherapist) is to improve the physical capabilities and structural and sensory disturbances to rehabilitate the capacity and efficiency of movement. When damage to the central nervous system or peripheral occurs there is a rehabilitation time where there are new connections, a process called neuroplasticity. Hence the importance of encouraging and guiding movement exercises to get lost. The set of these techniques will improve the daily life of the patient and their quality of life.

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