Care for children at neurological risk
The concept of neurological newborn was born in England in 1960, being defined as the child who, due to his pre, peri or postnatal antecedents, is more likely to present, in the first years of life, developmental problems, whether cognitive, motor, sensory or behavioral, and these may be transitory or permanent. (I. Ramos – A. Marquez 2010)
Children at neurological risk require an Intervention program
Highly specialized early, which is why we perform:
- Neonatal Therapy.
- Neuropsychomotor monitoring of children at Neurological Risk.
- Prevention of Neurodevelopmental deficiencies and disorders.
- Prematurity, growth and development
Neurodevelopment are the mechanisms through which the Nervous System is organized as a relationship system. The Nervous System generates different variables such as: attention, intentionality, emotion, thought, memory, language, socialization and motor control, all of these to respond to the demands of the environment and always interacting with it.
Neurodevelopment Therapy seeks the organization of the nervous system to respond to the demands of the environment and interact favorably with it, strengthening the weakest areas through the strongest; seeking to resolve postural deficiencies, movement coordination, communication, interaction and learning, so we carry out:
Sensory integration is a complex process that allows a person to take, organize and interpret information that he receives from his body and from the external world.
This innate neurobiological process allows the brain to integrate and interpret sensory input. (Jean Ayres 1979).
Sensory Integration Therapy seeks to address sensory processing disorders by exposing them to sensory stimuli in a structured, repetitive and functional way. The theory that supports it is that over time the brain will adapt and allow it to process and react to sensations more efficiently for what we do:
- Detection and approach of sensory-motor disorders.
- Neurosensoperceptive motor skills.
- Vestibular Sensory Integration – Proprioceptive – Tactile.
Child neuro-rehabilitation is a branch of rehabilitation focused on pathologies of neurological origin aimed at the pediatric population. It seeks to help patients with neurological injuries so that they can regain the highest level of their abilities, functions and functional independence, improving and promoting their quality of life. For what we do:
- Detection and comprehensive approach to deficiencies and disabilities.
- Neuromusculoskeletal reeducation.
- Functional Neurorehabilitation.
International protocols for intensive neuro-rehabilitation
Intensive therapy is a set of various techniques adapted to the needs of each patient based on an Intensive Protocol plus the Pediasuit suit.
The complete intensive protocol seeks to carry out 12 weeks of intervention divided into 3 stages where it is expected to carry out 160 intervention sessions, the results being much more effective in a short time.
The Pediasuit suit is an orthopedic suit that allows the biomechanical adjustment of the patient and their postural alignment; at the same time that it provides more proprioceptive information about your body’s relationship in space. The protocol integrates:
- Sensory-mandatory re-education.
- Functional biomechanics.
- Cabin training.
Neurorehabilitation neuromotor reeducation
The alteration of posture, gait, coordination, balance and movement patterns can be caused by different causes such as aging or by different types of neurological injuries (head trauma – cerebrovascular accident, etc).
The intervention process seeks to re-educate and ENABLE gait posture and movement patterns that improve motor skills in activities of daily living, promoting functional and motor independence.
Through biomechanical analysis of gait and posture; as well as the application of International Protocols such as Intensive Therapy and Cabin Training, neurosensoriomotor reeducation will be achieved as well as maximum functional independence.
Treatment for musculoskeletal pain. Physiotherapy – Manual Therapy
Treatment for acute or chronic muscle pain through manual therapy – therapeutic exercise, among others with the aim of promoting, maintaining or recovering the maximum functionality and mobility of the individual throughout their life cycle.
Older Adult: Neuro-psycho-motor skills. Preventive Therapy – Neuro Gym – Geriatric Therapy
As people age, we know that there are changes and alterations in their mental and physical state. Physical exercise slows down these changes and maintains physical autonomy and mental clarity for a longer time, preserving and improving the overall health of the elderly.