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Physiotherapy can help a person with paralysis to become as independent as possible, which is very beneficial. Although the rehabilitation process can take some time, the positive outcomes encourage patients to persevere until they fully recover. Recovery may differ depending on the kind of paralysis a person suffered.
Exercise interventions used in these circumstances include:
To best serve the patient, rehabilitation after a stroke is highly individualized. A physical therapy plan of care may incorporate any or all of the following interventions to promote mobility:
Clinicians can help patients with proprioceptive deficits by giving them tasks and exercises that will boost their motor skills, strength, balance, and coordination, regardless of the underlying cause. They can also assist patients in acquiring the skills required to manage ADLs while adjusting to proprioception dysfunction.
Proprioceptive training may significantly improve somatosensory and sensorimotor function, according to growing body of research. Any treatment that aims to improve somatosensory modalities is regarded as retraining the somatosensory system. Among intervention strategies are:
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