Neuromuscular Re-Education


Therapeutically teaching or re-teaching movements and activities related to balance, coordination, good posture, motor learning, proprioception, kinesthetic sense (improved sensation) while seated, and/or standing/walking. Often the patient has never learned many movements such as those with cerebral palsy, developmental delay or have the need to relearn movements after a serious injury or illness. Other examples are spinal cord injury, brain injury, scoliosis, post surgery extreme weakness, total joint replacements, stroke or Cerebral Vascular Injury, persons with dizzyness, peripheral neuropathy.