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by Hughes Deirdre (2021-07-01)

Neurological disorder or conditions caused by a brain injury or other neurological trauma is treated by a neuro occupational therapist. Neurological occupational therapy aims to improve and enable independence with exceptional activities and exercises with all aspects of daily living. Neurological therapist focusses on teaching skills and providing treatment that enables the patient to handle daily tasks at home and work to manage their condition. An appropriate therapy plan is created by a neurological therapist according to the patient-specific need. Moreover, addressing issues with memory and thinking, working on physical function, and strengthening with the help of tips, training, and equipment are the main responsibility of a neurological therapist.

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