10 FACTS

  1. Functional Neurological Disorder is due to a problem with the functioning of the central nervous system.
  2. 50% of all Canadians – about 15 million peoplehave had a brain disorder impact their family.
  3. Very few neurological conditions are curable, and many worsen over time.
  4. Canadian adults with a neurological condition were twice as likely to report activity limitations and symptoms consistent with depression compared with the general population.
  5. Neurological diseases and disorders affect people of all ages.
  6. Neurological conditions account for more than half of Canadians requiring continuing care.
  7. In many cases treatment and healing is possible in improving symptoms.
  8. Neurorehabilitation is a developing field, offering the opportunity for powerful knowledge translation.
  9. New developments of functional neurorehabilitation could significantly improve the patients' quality of life.
  10. Progress in Gene Therapy for neurological disorders is very promising.

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide are affected by neurological disorders


Neurological disorders are diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. In other words, the brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves, peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system, neuromuscular junction, and muscles.

Source: World Health Organization


Most common Conditions:

• Acoustic Neuroma
• Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

• Arteriovenous Malformation
• Balance and Gait problems

• Brain Aneurysm
• Brain Tumors
• Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae
• Epilepsy
• Headache

• Parkinson's Disease
• Peripheral Neuropathy
• Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
• Spinal Cord Tumor
• Stroke
• Tinnitus

• Memory Disorders
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS)


Neurological conditions are a far more complex and multi-factorial problem to treat than orthopedic conditions, effecting functional recovery will require different, elaborated and also multifactorial stimulation, control and related therapeutic paradigms.

We have developed experience with conditions such as :
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Stroke
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Head Injury
  • Peripheral Nerve Injury

Our Approach
neurological blue fmriWe believe our approach can be applied in few separate or combined directions of rehabilitation:
  • Complex neurorehabilitation of subjects after brain damage (including Polytrauma, Traumatic Brain Injury, Stroke,Brain surgery).
  • Movement rehabilitation: body segments alignment, posture, balance, gait, mobility of paretic limbs, muscular tonus, and etc.
  • Cognitive and mood disorders: memory, attention (ADD),learning disabilities, speech, depressions and potentially PTSD
  • Epilepsy, spasticity, essential tremor

Orthopedic enhancement and balance improvement
This is an area with which we have hands-on experience – Posture, Balance and Gait Recovery.
Balance recovery for subjects with professionally affected vestibular systemse.g Meniere’s, Labyrintis, Ototoxic...
Rehabilitation of patients with partially injured or distressed spinal cords (Except in the case of complete transection)

We achieve maximal neurorehabilitation, by applying existing rehabilitation or recovery training procedures in conjunction with Non Invasive Neuromodulation (NIMM)

Conditions we treat:

  • Add/Adhd
  • Anxiety/Depression
  • Post Concussion
  • And other neurological conditions

Our Neuro-rehabilitation services
  • Individualized programs encompassing physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language pathology services.
  • Therapy programs to address pain management and improve strength, balance, fine motor control, mobility and community reintegration.
  • Cognitive training for memory,attention and mental fluidity



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GENERAL INFORMATION

Other Neurological Conditions General Information

Worldwide Prevalence of certain Neurological Disorders

Worldwide Prevalence of certain Neurological Disorders
Projections for 2030 by the World Health Organization
   WORLDWIDE PREVALENCE
YEAR 2005 2015 2030
 Population 6 441 919 466  7 103 297 899  7 917 115 397 
Cerebrovascular disease 50 784 770 53 814 944  60 864 051
Alzheimer and other dementias 11 077 525 13 539 653  18 394 267
Migraine 7 659 687 7 736 261  7 596 089 
Epilepsy 7 307 975 7 419 365 7 441 536 
Tetanus 6 422 611  4 870 770 3 173 636
Meningitis 5 336 882  3 527 560  2 038 968 
Parkinson’s disease 1 616 523 1 762 344 2 015 065
Multiple sclerosis 1 509 696 1 585 932 1 648 303
Japanese encephalitis 561 038 304 123 149 931
Poliomyelitis 115 167 46 946 13 261
Total 92 391 874 94 607 898 103 335 108


VIDEOS - MEDIAS

Other Neurological Conditions Videos & Medias

Could your brain repair itself? - Ralitsa Petrova
Could your brain repair itself? - Ralitsa Petrova
recoveriX a Success Story of Motor recovery after stroke
recoveriX a Success Story of Motor recovery after stroke
A Typical Post Stroke treatment Session with recoveriX
A Typical Post Stroke treatment Session with recoveriX
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LITERATURE - RESEARCH

Other Neurological Conditions Literature

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LINKS & REFERENCES

Start thinking wellness, not illness. 

From: Kate Allatt, Stroke Survivor


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Saturday: 9 AM – 3 PM
Sunday: Closed

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Tel: (514) 481-7867
Toll Free: 1 866.331-3431
Email:
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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM – 3 PM
Sunday: Closed

General Inquiries

Tel: (514) 481-7867
Toll Free: 1 866.331-3431
Email:
Fax: (514) 933-6318 

Find Us!

3400 Jean-Talon Ouest,
Suite 100 Montreal, QC
H3R 2E8


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