An Overview: Integrating Neuroplasticity Principles into Rehabilitation

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Following an injury to the motor cortex, the central nervous system (CNS) undergoes neurological reorganization where undamaged areas compensate for neuron loss. This concept, known as neuroplasticity, is the basis for physical and occupational therapy interventions after damage or impairment to the CNS. Through adequate training and challenge, therapists can facilitate the return of motor function. This module describes the process of neuroplasticity as it relates to the recovery of gross motor function. Clinicians will gain an understanding of specific interventions and dosing guidelines to maximize functional outcomes for their patients.

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Following an injury to the motor cortex, the central nervous system (CNS) undergoes neurological reorganization where undamaged areas compensate for neuron loss. This concept, known as neuroplasticity, is the basis for physical and occupational therapy interventions after damage or impairment to the CNS. Through adequate training and challenge, therapists can facilitate the return of motor function. This module describes the process of neuroplasticity as it relates to the recovery of gross motor function. Clinicians will gain an understanding of specific interventions and dosing guidelines to maximize functional outcomes for their patients.

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