Clinical Applications in Neurorehabilitation

The introduction and application of new technologies in the field of neurorehabilitation is coming up with best results in several cases. The application of rehabilitation technologies in children with neurological impairments appears promising as these systems can induce repetitive goal-directed movements to complement conventional treatments. Several techniques such as Constraint-induced movement therapy (CI) therapy, robotics, virtual environments, mental imagery, pharmaceutical manipulations and cortical stimulation are part of clinical applications in to neurorehabilitation.  Clinical application in neurorehabilitation is showing the applicability and effectiveness to rehabilitation specialists and hospitals.







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