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Brain injury

Being a ‘Belieber’ aids neuro rehab

News item - Posted on 28/07/2017

28 July 2017 Being a ‘Belieber’ is helping Luke James, 26, to recover from a traumatic brain injury. ...

ACPIN conference: Carers key to successful constraint therapy

News item - Posted on 27/03/2017

27 March 2017 Constraint induced movement therapy for brain-injured patients is enhanced by the close involvement of carers, and the ...

In review: featured books and video and e-book

Frontline article - Posted on 30/01/2017

Our featured book titled 'Play in Healthcare for Adults' deal with the fundamentals of play and its importance in the political health agenda.  Read on... ...

Prevalence of low bone mineral density in inpatients with traumatic brain injury receiving neurobehavioural rehabilitation: a postoperative, observational study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/11/2013

Background Osteoporosis is characterised by low bone mineral density (BMD) leading to an increased risk of fracture. Patients who have sustained a significant traumatic brain injury may have an increased ...

Brain injury service directory launched

Frontline article - Posted on 30/11/2012

Health professionals working in the acquired brain injury field are set to benefit from BrainNav – a new national directory of relevant services. ...

Physio staff praised as rehabilitation centre wins award

News item - Posted on 30/07/2012

30 July 2012 Physiotherapy staff helped a specialist neuro-rehabilitation centre in East Sussex to win a stamp of approval for its ...

Recovery of walking late after a severe traumatic brain injury

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 07/10/2010

A young man aged 34 sustained a severe traumatic brain injury. Due to the severity of his injuries, functional recovery was initially delayed. Rehabilitative physiotherapy eventually commenced, and the ...

Chest physiotherapy using the expiratory flow increase procedure in ventilated newborns: a pilot study

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 04/10/2010

Objectives To evaluate the incidence of post-extubation atelectasia (PEA) and brain injury in newborns treated with the expiratory flow increase (EFI) method of chest physiotherapy, the most common ...

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