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Neuroplasticity for stroke recovery


Our brains are remarkably plastic, which means they are able to rewire and create new neuronal connections during our lives.

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We know that the remaining healthy neurons in our brain have the same capacity to REWIRE AFTER STROKE.

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This remarkable capacity means brains can be retrained after strokes to recover potentially affected functions.

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The healthy areas surrounding the damaged brain tissue can "pick up the slack" after a stroke, and take on new functions. This cycle of repurpositioning and reorganizing is called neuroplasticity.

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There is just one catch: It matters what kind of behavioral experience the patient repeats. Not all experience is 'perfect' for plasticity in the brain. Unfortunately, if patients have received the wrong kind of treatment following a stroke, the brain may also rewire itself in a detrimental way.

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Health professionals who have the expertise and treat clients on the basis of the idea that the brain is continually evolving can have a significant effect on the eventual recovery.

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👉HPB offers neuroplasticity training and brain stimulation. These kinds of consultations are a good addition to physiotherapy treatment that patients after stroke receive.

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