Neurological Rehabilitation and Acquired Brain Damage
Acquired Brain Injury is an injury that affects the normal functioning of the brain. It can be due to a variety of reasons, such as head injury, stroke or disease. This can cause problems from movement and speech to memory and concentration.
Neurological rehabilitation is a specialized program to help people regain those lost abilities. It can be a challenging process, but brain plasticity, which is the brain’s ability to adapt and change, plays an important role in recovery.
Causes of Acquired Brain Injury
An illness or an unexpected blow can cause a brain injury that affects the main organ of the central nervous system. There are many causes that can lead to brain injury.
However, we can differentiate between those causes that originate as an external consequence or Traumatic Acquired Brain Injury (traffic accident, fall, gunshot wounds, explosions) or as an internal consequence or Non-Traumatic Acquired Brain Injury (stroke, brain tumor, encephalitis, aneurysm).
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Sequelae of DCA
It is normal for a brain injury to leave sequelae that affect the patient’s functioning. However, neurological rehabilitation is highly recommended to help improve brain activity and avoid major sequelae. Each patient is different, therefore the sequelae and the treatment to be followed will be different. The main sequelae of suffering a cerebrovascular accident are:
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Treatment for Acquired Brain Injury
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