Rehabilitation Services

Neurological Rehabilitation

Neurological rehabilitation involves rehabilitation from neurological conditions involving both central and peripheral nervous system dysfunction. The central nervous system involves the brain and spinal cord and dysfunctions can include changes in reflexes, muscle tone/strength, and balance/coordination. Peripheral nervous system dysfunction involves nerves that control our muscles and sensation and could present as weakness, unusual sensation of the skin, or changes in vision, hearing, or sense of touch. Using individualized cuing strategies, muscular facilitation, and postural training, our therapists can facilitate optimal return to functional activities for our patients with neurological conditions.

Common Diagnoses for Therapy

  • Parkinson’s disease / Parkinsonian disorders
  • CVA / Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Guillan-Barre Syndrome
  • Cervicogenic Headaches
  • Peripheral Nerve Entrapments
  • Polyneuropathies

Treatment Strategies

  • Proprioceptive Neurological Facilitation (PNF)
  • Neuro Developmental Training
  • Gait Analysis/Training
  • Automatic Postural Response Uptake
  • Motor Learning Strategies w/ Staging
  • Visual – Perceptual Training
  • I've benefited in so many ways: improved my functionality, learned to re-educate my muscles "slowly", and continued to maintain a pro-active attitude by taking control of my healing.

    C.O. - CoPT Patient

  • I appreciate, very much, that you thoroughly explained the purpose of the exercises - it is more meaningful when doing the exercise, to know its purpose.

    C.C. - CoPT Patient

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