We asked Dr Anita Rose, our Director of Clinical Development to tell us more about Neurorehabilitation.
Neurorehabilitation is the term used to describe the treatment provided for psychological and social issues that are common after brain injury and other neurological conditions.
When an individual suffers a brain injury or experiences living with a neurological condition, for example, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease or Huntington’s disease, learning to do the things they love again can seem impossible.
Our model of neurorehabilitation is based on a bio-psycho-social model which is designed to support our patients with biological, psychological and social aspects of their lives following a brain injury or neurological condition.
We aim, through neurorehabilitation to help our patients to reduce disability, reclaim their quality of life and maximise their independence, however that may look for them.
Our specialist services are delivered by a highly experienced multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals, including consultants in rehabilitation medicine, a specialist medical team, specialist nurses and rehabilitation assistants as well as physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and neuropsychologists.
Find more about the treatment pathways we offer in Our services pages.