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When an individual experiences a traumatic brain injury, or an event that impacts their neurological function, frequently the symptoms aren’t just physical. When it comes to injuries to the brain, behavioral challenges can manifest as well. The focus at Nexus…
Nexus Health Systems hires rehabilitation medicine physician to build on comprehensive rehabilitation services »
Nexus Health Systems welcomes Zoraya Parrilla, MD to the team as a rehabilitation medicine physician. Dr. Parrilla will serve as the medical director of Nexus Specialty Hospital’s Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) as well as an attending physical medicine and rehabilitation…
Holistic healthcare — an approach to medicine that focuses on overall physical and mental wellbeing — is slowly becoming an accepted industry standard.
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.
Following a stroke, some individuals may require physical, occupational, or speech therapy to help them overcome lingering neurological impacts.
Good relationship with food: the purpose, goals, and outcomes of communal meals in pediatric rehabilitation »
For the patients at Nexus Children’s Hospital, communal mealtime is an important part of the day.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) present a plethora of health issues that psychopharmacology can be very successful in treating and managing.
Our personalities are intrinsically tied to our brains – that is, until a brain injury occurs and disrupts the sense of self that is so unique to every person and defines who we are.