An injury to the brain, whether traumatic or not, can result in physical, cognitive or emotional impairments. Our concern is helping these people physically by trying retrain the body to work in a functional way to improve movement and balance.
How we can help
- Increased strength of core and limbs
- Improved circulation and blood pressure
- Improved cardiovascular endurance
- Maintenance of bone density
- Improved range of motion
- Reduced muscle spasms and spasticity
- Improved sensation/temperature control
- Improved mobility and ability to function independently
- Improved balance and coordination
This is accomplished through nervous system retraining, strength training, balance and coordination exercises as well as gait, cardiovascular and range of motion exercises.