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Neurological Rehabilitation

Empowering Lives: Comprehensive Neurological Care at East Coast Therapy & Balance Centers

Parkinson's Rehabilitation

At East Coast Therapy & Balance Centers, we understand that neurological disorders can be a challenging and life-altering experience for patients and their families. The nervous system, being highly intricate, can be impacted by various conditions such as injury, infection, structural defects, degeneration, tumors, and more. These disorders can affect individuals at any age and may significantly hinder one's quality of life.

Conditions We Treat

Our dedicated team of experienced therapists specializes in treating a wide range of common neurological conditions, including but not limited to:

  • Nerve and Pain Disorders: Managing pain and improving nerve function through specialized therapeutic techniques.

  • Peripheral Neuropathy: Addressing numbness, weakness, and pain from nerve damage, primarily in the hands and feet.

  • Gait and Balance Disorders: Enhancing mobility and stability through targeted exercises and balance training.

  • Headaches: Developing strategies to reduce frequency and intensity of headaches.

  • Parkinson's Disease: Implementing programs to slow disease progression and improve movement.

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries: Facilitating recovery of brain function with personalized cognitive and physical therapies.

  • Stroke/CVA (Cerebrovascular Accident): Aiding stroke recovery to regain strength, speech, and functional abilities.

  • Multiple Sclerosis: Employing techniques to manage symptoms and maintain physical functions.

  • Cerebral Palsy: Enhancing motor skills and physical strength through comprehensive rehabilitation.

  • Spinal Cord Injuries: Supporting recovery and adaptation to increase independence.

  • Sciatica and Radiculopathies: Alleviating back and leg pain caused by nerve issues.

  • Concussion: Ensuring safe and effective return to daily activities following concussive injuries.

Our Rehabilitation Goals

The primary goal of our neurological rehabilitation program is to maximize your independence and enhance your quality of life. Through a compassionate and tailored approach, our physical therapists are committed to helping you:

  • Alleviate Pain: Employing techniques to reduce discomfort and improve your overall well-being.

  • Restore Function: Utilizing therapeutic exercises to regain normal movement and function.

  • Improve Balance and Coordination: Helping you achieve better stability and coordination.

  • Increase Range of Motion: Encouraging flexibility and strength in affected areas.

  • Return to Daily Activities: Supporting your journey back to independence and everyday functionality.

Setting Goals Together

We believe that a collaborative approach is essential for effective rehabilitation. Our therapists work closely with patients and their families to establish both short and long-term goals. This personalized planning ensures that each step in the rehabilitation process is geared towards achieving those objectives, allowing patients to track their progress and stay motivated throughout their recovery journey.

Get in Touch

Reclaim your independence and improve your quality of life with us at East Coast Therapy & Balance Centers. Our team is here to support you every step of the way in your rehabilitation journey. To learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment, please visit our website or contact us directly. Together, we can work towards a more active and fulfilling life.

Neurological Disorders Affect Over One Billion Globally: The Urgent Need for Comprehensive Care

Approximately one billion people globally suffer from neurological disorders, including conditions like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, strokes, and epilepsy. In the United States, these disorders affect over 100 million people each year, highlighting the importance of comprehensive neurological care.

Daily Symptoms

If you answer yes to one or more of the following symptoms, we encourage you to contact us to make an appointment:

  • Persistent or severe headaches

  • Sudden loss of muscle control or weakness

  • Unexplained loss of balance or coordination

  • Difficulty walking or changes in gait

  • Numbness or tingling in the limbs

  • Frequent or unexplained dizziness

  • Slurred speech or difficulty articulating words

  • Changes in vision, such as blurred or double vision

  • Memory loss or cognitive decline

  • Sudden onset of confusion or disorientation

  • Seizures or convulsions

  • Uncontrollable movements or tremors

  • Severe and persistent neck or back pain

Experiencing one or more of these symptoms may indicate a neurological condition that requires professional evaluation and possibly treatment.

Neurological Rehab
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