Introducing neurological rehabilitation - short films from our experts
Expert therapists and clinicians from Christchurch Group have come together to explain more about neurological rehabilitation in a series of short films. The films are your opportunity to find out more about what therapies make up neurological rehabilitation and the kinds of treatment individuals with brain and spinal injury and neurological conditions may benefit from.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO NEUROREHABILITATION BY PROFESSOR MIKE BARNES
Professor Mike Barnes, Clinical Director of Christchurch Group introduces neurological rehabilitation and how it aids recovery following a neurological condition or brain injury, Find out what neurorehabilitation it is, how it works and how rehabilitation can help restore function to individuals following a brain or spinal injury, stroke or neurological condition.
VISUAL PROBLEMS FOLLOWING A BRAIN INJURY
Christchurch Group Physiotherapist, Sarah Cameron, explains how individuals with neurological difficulties following acquired and traumatic brain injury, progressive neurological conditions and stroke can suffer from vision problems. These visual problems can include ocular motor control, muscular control, visual field loss and abnormalities, visual perception loss, hemianopia, and homonymous hemianopsia.
THE IMPORTANCE OF ASSESSING DISABILITY FOR SUCCESSFUL NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION
Group Therapy Lead, Gaynor Green, explains about the importance of assessments in disability. Assessments help clincians, therapist and the individual to understand their disability and create goals to work towards in order to decrease their impairments.