Neuromuscular Rehabilitation – Treatments for ImpairmentNeuromuscular Rehabilitation – Treatments for Impairment
“Welcome to Neurofocus Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in Langley BC. formerly known as Langley City Physiotherapy, we offer the same high-quality, compassionate and low-cost effective care that constantly meets and exceeds our client’s requirements. We believe in a patient centered, hands on approach. Our clinicians have specific training in the various areas of NDT, Bobath, Manual Physical Therapy, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Musculoskeletal Therapy, Motor Relearning & Body Control, and Peripheral Neuromuscular Fibromyalgia Syndrome. They are also equipped with the knowledge to understand which therapy or combination of therapies will best suit the individual patient’s needs. Click here to read more articles.
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Athletes are at greater risk of sustaining injuries to the neuromuscular system, such as: whiplash, tennis elbow, sprains, torn muscles, tendinitis, adhesive capsulitis, bursitis, rotator cuff tears, herniated discs, and spinal stenosis. There are many other injuries that may result in pain and dysfunction. The goal of a good rehabilitation program is to return injured athletes to peak or near-peak health while alleviating any limitations related to athletic performance. In order to achieve our mission, we employ a multidisciplinary approach that combines the most effective and beneficial therapy and rehabilitation techniques. Our focus is on meeting the needs of our patients so they can resume their active lifestyles with full confidence in their ability to participate in sport again.
When it comes to neuromuscular rehabilitation, there is no single method that works for all patients. It is important for therapists to devise a rehabilitation program that will address each patient’s unique needs so that he or she may reach his or her full potential. A good rehabilitation program includes both exercise and therapy, nutritional support, and a stress management plan. Many people believe that therapy and exercise alone are the answer. This is simply not true.