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Timing of therapy

Posted by Sarah T. on February 22, 2005, at 2:02:02

In reply to Re: younger sister with brain damage, posted by eazup on February 21, 2005, at 18:24:50

I'd like to mention one other thing. I disagree regarding your comment about therapy not being an option yet. The sooner rehabilitation begins following brain injury, the better the chance of recovery, and the fact that your sister is so young is all the more reason to have hope. Even if she can't initiate action or follow instructions, it is possible to do physical therapy in a limited way. For example, the patient's limbs can be passively exercised by a therapist or machine, and the motions are "remembered" on some level.




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