Latest update from our client, Progressions Rehab about Physical Therapy for Brain Injury & Stroke Patients.

At Progressions Rehab, our physical therapy program is prescribed independently by a physician but is exclusively available to our residential clients participating in our program. This program is designed to address the diverse needs of individuals facing brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and stroke, alongside other services. 

Our dedicated therapists work closely with patients, assessing specific challenges and tailoring customized treatment plans to restore physical functioning, improve mobility, and enhance overall quality of life.

How does TBI affect physical functioning?

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can have a significant impact on an individual’s physical functioning. The specific effects will vary depending on the severity, location, and extent of the brain injury. Here are some of the most common effects of brain injury on one’s physical well-being:

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  • Balance and coordination
  • Motor impairments
  • Mobility limitations
  • Sensory changes
  • Fatigue and energy conservation
  • Spinal cord injury

It’s important to note that the effects of TBI on physical functioning can vary widely depending on individual factors. Rehabilitation plays a crucial role in addressing these impairments and helping individuals regain functional independence to the greatest extent possible. 

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