Rehabilitation of neurological diseases

Rehabilitation of neurological diseases


1- Cerebrovascular strokes :-

These tests must be performed to determine the risk of Cerebrovascular strokes :- 

- Laboratory analysis 
-  CT scan
-   Magnetic Resonance Imaging
-  Swallowing test
- Tests of the heart and blood vessels

2- Facial palsy :- 
The doctor asks the patient some questions to check for symptoms ,Physical and neurological examinations will also be required to examine the effectiveness of the seventh nerve.
3- Spinal cord injury :- 

The diagnosis starts with a series of tests to determine the nervous level and to ensure that the patient is injured and then the treatments and rehabilitation of many people with spinal cord injuries are determined to live a better life . 

4- Parkinson’s Disease :- 
Some initial signs and indications of Parkinson's disease may be difficult to observe, especially if they are not felt like : 
- Inertia and slow pace of movement
- sleeping problems and disorders 
- Shiver or flutter

5- Multiple scalerosis :- 

The doctor can diagnose Multiple scalerosis based on the results of the following tests :- 
-  Blood tests 
-  Lumbar Puncture 
-  Magnetic Resonance Imaging 
-  Nerve impulses 
 6- Traumatic brain injury :- 

patient has to make an Axial coupling for brain Where the inside of the brain is photographed for clarity, are there skull fractures, blood clots or bruises both in and around the brain in case of complications or internal injuries which can't be determined clearly by an Axial coupling for brain , Magnetic resonance imaging is used . 

7- Carpal tunnel syndrome :- 
Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common health problems of the present age. It may be a minor problem and may require surgical and therapeutic intervention. Therefore, it is necessary to go to the doctor immediately when pain in the hand joint is diagnosed. 

rehabilitation of neurological diseases

  • Cerebrovascular strokes
  • Facial palsy
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Multiple scalerosis
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

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