Neurorehabilitation & Neuroplasticity
The Rehabilitation process shows how a neurulation recovers from their current status to lead a normal life. It also specifies the techniques utilized in the rehabilitation process, such as virtual reality simulations for locomotor interface for Parkinson's disease patients. Structural robotics help spine-injured people recover faster, whereas speech therapy and physiotherapy are the most common types of rehabilitation.
Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity and neural plasticity, refers to advances in neuronal networks and synapses caused by differences in behaviour, environment, neurological processes, thinking, and emotions, as well as changes caused by physical changes.
- Mechanisms of Neuroplasticity
- Rehabilitation Technology and Assistive Devices
- Neuroplasticity and Pain