High Intensity Gait Training for Neurological Disorders

Neurological disorders such as stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, and spinal cord injuries often lead to impaired mobility and reduced gait performance. Traditional rehabilitation approaches have focused on low to moderate-intensity exercises, which, while beneficial, may not be sufficient to induce significant neuroplastic...

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Physical Therapy for Dizziness

What is the Vestibular System and what does it do? Your vestibular system is one of your main balance systems in your body. The majority of your vestibular system is located in your inner ear, next to your auditory canal. It’s main function is to detect head motion against gravity to tell your brain where your body is in relation to gravity, and...

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