Neurorehabilitation follows the first acute phase that characterizes a brain trauma. This branch of medicine is concerned with directing the patient towards a rehabilitation itinerary, aimed at recovering from injuries of the nervous system and neurological disorders.
We will try to inform you about the potential and mechanics of this branch of medicine, showing you how neurological rehabilitation acts on the improvement of the patient’s cognitive abilities.
During our journey we will encounter crossroads and turns that will guide us towards the discovery of further pathologies and neurological deficits such as: stroke, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy, head trauma. We will follow the application dynamics and the impact that neurovisual rehabilitation has on each of these issues.
The rehabilitation of hemianopsia requires multidisciplinary teamwork and the creation of an customized rehabilitation project.
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