Neurorehabilitation often involves teaching people how to move, talk, think and care for themselves again. Therapists aim to build strength, co-ordination, endurance and confidence in their patients within the context of the goals set by the patient themselves.

Significant functional, mobility, cognitive, language and psychological changes occur after someone has sustained damage to their brain, spinal cord or nervous system, whether from injury or medical illness.

Neurorehabilitation aims to combat these changes and improve quality of life, allowing them the greatest independence and quality of life possible for their condition.

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