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Extension of rehabilitation schedule
We extend our hours of operation and patient care to improve our services
Intermittent fasting to boost health It seems to be the fad diet. But intermittent fasting is much more than a trend for those who want to lose weight. It is a potential ally in our health. Apart from knowing about intermittent fasting through the media, it is an effective habit in many cases and has […]
Neurological patient and coronavirus (COVID-19)
We are currently affected by the coronavirus pandemic (COVID 19). Apart from the very evident affectations of the respiratory system and the main problem of patients with COVID-19 that can lead to death, it has been observed that patients severely affected by this disease can also present neurological symptoms. Scientific research concludes that neurological disorders […]
Sensitive and motor exercise for the arm and hand
To take advantage of time at home and in addition to the initiatives #yomequedoencasa and #yomemuevoencasa, the staff of the neurorehabilitation clinic, both physical therapists, speech therapists, psychologists and ergotherapists have wanted to collaborate with the publication of small videos, therapeutic video tips for home. Today we are with the physiotherapist Carina Salgueiro who gives […]
Therapeutic exercise in physiotherapy
Many of the neurological patients, whether due to cerebellar ataxia, stroke, Parkinson’s disease or other, have impaired balance and postural control. The rehabilitation and treatment of these disorders and alterations is essential for the patient to regain control of his movement and independence and functional autonomy. In some cases, we not only talk about recovery, […]