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Read the latest hot healthcare topics and what Nexus experts have to say

Healthcare insights are always changing, which is why Nexus stays up-to-date on the latest news and innovations. Nexus experts are covering everything from changes in healthcare to integrated health services, to new rehabilitative techniques and medical research — you name it and there are all kinds of thoughts to share.

How cognitive therapy supports brain injury rehabilitation

How cognitive therapy supports brain injury rehabilitation »

Catastrophic neurological injuries leave a lasting impact on the body and mind. After sustaining a brain or spinal cord injury, some patients have trouble balancing, moving their limbs, speaking, seeing, and hearing. In addition to physical impairments, cognitive deficits in…

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Nexus Children’s Hospital – Dallas Announces Grand Opening »

Nexus Health Systems, a network of inpatient specialty care hospitals and residential campuses, announced today the grand opening of its Dallas location. The new hospital will care for infants, children, adolescents and young adults with debilitating injuries and conditions, such…

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Treating bladder and bowel disruption after brain injury and spinal cord injury »

Urinary and bowel control issues occur when there is a disruption in information communicated between the brain and the areas of the body that control bladder and bowel function.

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Children recovering from brain injury: the first steps »

After a brain injury, most individuals require rehabilitation to regain strength and skills. The process at Nexus Children’s Hospital, is upon admission, the child is evaluated, and referrals are made to start a variety of rehabilitation disciplines, including occupational, physical,…

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Neuropsychological evaluations support a child’s return to school after brain injury »

After a traumatic event like a brain injury, it’s crucial for children and adults alike to be evaluated to understand how the injury affected their brain and what recommendations could be implemented for greater success in life.

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Neurostorming in severe brain injury patients »

Most people are familiar with the feeling of stress. Your heart may beat faster, your breath could quicken, your blood pressure might rise, and your muscles might tense up. This is called the flight or fight response — what our…

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