Paralysis can occur following strokes, surgeries, impingements, distractions, and other injuries. For some individuals gains are made naturally over time (without intervention from a physician or therapist) and some motor capacity is regained. However, for many people no improvements are observed in their situation for many years following the onset of paralysis.
Here at GCNC we have worked with many paralysis patients and have achieved outstanding results. By using neurointegrative therapies we have restored motor function to patients who previously suffered from foot drop, spastic/paretic arms, facial paresis, etc.
Some of our patients have presented for initial care with NCVs stating that there was ‘no response’ in the nerves tested. After only a few treatments visual motion of the affected joint was achieved. Our doctors have worked with patients of all ages and have helped them recover function that they thought they had lost forever.
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