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neurorehabilitation

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  • n. neurologic rehabilitation

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Examples

  • As a neurologist who specializes in neurorehabilitation I have treated thousands of patients who have faced the same concerns as Ken.

    Richard C. Senelick, M.D.: Would Your Relationship Survive A Disability?

  • As a neurologist who specializes in neurorehabilitation, I see the same issues in people with disabilities who have had a stroke or brain injury.

    Richard C. Senelick, M.D.: Should You Take the Car Keys From Dad?

  • We are looking for a globally recognized leader in neuroplasticity research and cognitive neurorehabilitation.

    Alvaro Fernandez: Technology For Brain Health: an Upcoming Revolution

  • Gentiva is a single source for skilled nursing; physical, occupational, speech and neurorehabilitation services; hospice services; social work; nutrition; disease management education; help with daily living activities; and other therapies and services.

  • "This is not a cure, but it could lead to improved functionality in some patients," said Gregoire Courtine, head of experimental neurorehabilitation at the University of Zurich.

    The Seattle Times

  • Both approaches need study, says Daofen Chen of the National Institutes of Health, who oversees neurorehabilitation research.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • His Meaford unit's Toronto-trained physician sent him to Ouchterlony, who had founded the GTA-s first neurorehabilitation unit in the mid-1970s.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • "Oh my god, absolutely, they are falling through the cracks," laments neurorehabilitation specialist Dr. Donna Ouchterlony, director of the Head Injury Clinic at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • "This is not a cure, but it could lead to improved functionality in some patients," said Gregoire Courtine, head of experimental neurorehabilitation at the

    USATODAY.com News

  • University Medical Center (NYPH/CUMC) are two promising neurorehabilitation devices that are helping stroke survivors regain movement in affected limbs by rewiring neural pathways.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

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