Specialist rehabilitation for neurological conditions is available at CPIMS for anyone who has suffered a catastrophic injury, such as a spinal cord or brain injury. Our case management services ensure patients receive the highest standard of care provision throughout their treatment plan. In our latest blog, we provide a step by step guide of what to expect when receiving rehabilitation at a brain injury rehabilitation centre.
Spinal cord injury can occur at any time, to any person. In this blog, CPIMS presents all the facts, looking at the treatment for spinal cord injury, together with the causes and classifications of this type of injury.
If you, or a loved one, have suffered from a brain injury then CPIMS’ brain injury rehabilitation services could help you to get on the road to recovery. Here we will discuss the rehabilitation process for brain injuries and how it could help your recovery process.
Stroke remains one of the major public health problems in both developed and developing nations. It is largely preventable, as up to 70% of cases are avoidable with effective management of hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidaemia, avoidance of smoking and obesity. It is also a treatable disease, as many interventions have been shown to be effective.
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Doctors stimulate a nerve in the neck to treat epilepsy, heart failure, stroke, arthritis, and a half dozen other ailments. “This is a bottle of pills,” says J.P. Errico, showing me something that’s obviously not a bottle of pills.
Errico, who is cofounder and CEO of ElectroCore Medical, is holding the GammaCore, a noninvasive vagus nerve stimulator. If ElectroCore’s R&D work holds up, this device is about to turn decades of evidence about the importance of a single nerve into a new kind of medicine: an electrical therapy as benign as a morning swim and as straightforward as popping a pill with your coffee.