Research continues to advocate for the plasticity of our brains, that brain structure can be altered in response to physiotherapy.
It is common practice in physiotherapy when you meet a client for the first time, that we ask about their therapy goals, so we can steer the treatment plan into a particular direction. And off we go into that direction!
Many stroke patients of ours have trouble with reaching and grasping objects with their more affected hemiplegic arm.
In clinical practice, we see this all the time. The ability to learn something well depends on how well encoded the person’s brain is in interpreting your instructions and applying itself to the task
I began to do a bit of research of my own into the idea of music therapy for people with neurological conditions.
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