We help patients who have sustained neurological injuries – not just to recover physically, but emotionally and mentally as well.
Neurorehabilitation focuses on training individuals who have undergone a neurological injury – whether to the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves. Its goal is to help them recover from, and if not, minimise or find alternatives to any limitations they may face as a result of the neurological injury.
In addition, it assesses and takes into account the capabilities and attitudes of the injured individual, their family members, and friends – before honing the patient’s ability to live as independently as possible.
At Daehan, we take on an aggressive rehab approach when it comes to treating patients physically and psychologically – this is so that within a short period of time, patients can maximise their general health and neurological recovery.
Our Physical Therapists will redevelop the patient’s mobility skills using the approaches of motor relearning from Bobath and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). Meanwhile, our Occupational Therapists will work on improving the patient’s thought processes and activity performances in their daily routine and our Speech Therapists will train their oral functions and communication processes. It is also equally important that the individual’s friends and family members participate in their journey to recovery. Such support is essential in building up the patient’s self-esteem and our team encourages this as much as possible.
- Stroke Rehabilitation
- Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation
- Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s and other movements disorders
- Peripheral nerve diseases/ syndromes