Spinecare Topics

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Neurorehabilitation refers to a specialized therapeutic approach that integrates physical performance with higher more complex nervous system functions.  A neurorehabilitative approach may be used to help improve muscle firing patterns, gait retraining, coordination and to improve reaction time and complex task performance.  Neurorehabilitation may also involve cognitive re-training to help improve short-term memory, long-term memory, communication skills, and decision-making.

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