If you experience a spine or brain injury, it can be overwhelming to relearn the skills and tasks you used to perform every day. NJ Spine and Wellness offers neurological rehabilitation at their locations in Old Bridge, East Brunswick, Freehold, and Matawan, New Jersey, to help you through this transition and get back to doing the things you love. Find out how neurological rehabilitation can help you get better faster by calling NJ Spine and Wellness or book an appointment online today.
Neurological rehabilitation is a program supervised by doctors that aims to help people recover from diseases, disorders, or injuries affecting the nervous system.
Neurological conditions often cause debilitating weakness, poor balance, and reduced mobility that can interfere with your ability to perform daily activities.
The neurological rehabilitation program at NJ Spine and Wellness helps you regain your balance, coordination, strength, and flexibility. The goal is to improve your quality of life through the use of specific therapeutic exercises.
You could benefit from neurological rehabilitation if you have a brain or spinal cord injury, or any of the following disorders:
Rehabilitation is a process, not an instant cure for your condition. At NJ Spine and Wellness, they take a multidisciplinary approach to neurological rehabilitation to work with specialists from several different disciplines during your program, including:
Physical therapy and occupational therapy form the backbone of your neurological rehabilitation program. NJ Spine and Wellness team can help you perform daily tasks (eating, dressing, washing, household activities) and verbal and written communication.
They can also help with speech and language, memory and other cognitive functions, balance and coordination, and overall mobility and independence.
The NJ Spine and Wellness team designs your neurological rehabilitation program to cater to your specific disease or injury and meet your individual needs. They believe in creating treatment plans with patients, and your active involvement is crucial to the success of the neurological rehabilitation process.