Rehabilitation Strategies in patients with Spinal Cord Injuries
International Clinical Neuroscience Journal,
Vol. 2 No. 3 (2015),
30 December 2015
The setting of rehabilitation for patients with spinal cord injured is promising environment. Attending the new strategies is useful to promote the treatment and the patient's ability. This method has a huge challenge for patients encountered with cognitive impairment. Patient education and skills at the rehabilitation center can be a challenging endeavor. By rehabilitation, patients suddenly evolve and they have to enhance the cognitive capacity to survive environmental changes face dramatic. These proceedings help the independence, self-esteem of the patients and help them cope with illness and life.
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