Musculoskeletal injuries can result in difficulty in movement and pain so rehabilitation programs are focused on improving the patient’s ability to function, reduction in their symptoms, and raise their overall standards of health.
Musculoskeletal rehabilitation is recommended for people living with impairments or disabilities due to disease, disorders, or injury to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, or bones.
Some of the conditions that may benefit from musculoskeletal rehab include the following
Neurorehabilitation for musculoskeletal injuries
Neurorehabilitation can be carried out in both inpatient and outpatient settings. For successful rehabilitation outcomes, active involvement of the individual and their family, along with the support for the expert team, is required. The core aim of musculoskeletal rehabilitation programs is to help patients restore the maximum level of function and independence possible, alongside improving the overall quality their physical, emotional, and social life.
A multidisciplinary team of neurologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists and neurorehabilitation nurses work towards a comprehensive program of rehabilitation.
To achieve neurorehabilitation goals, most of the programs employ one or more of the following options:
Instruct a medical expert specialising in musculoskeletal injury
As part of an integrated approach, our experts consider the effects of musculoskeletal injuries and can advise on their management and rehabilitation.
The musculoskeletal injury specialists at NRC Medical Experts assess, evaluate and produce high-quality court reports and expert witness testimony to support legal teams to build the best case for your client.
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