Neuroplasticity is the foundation of learning after a stroke or any type of injury to the brain or spinal cord. In part 1 of this series, I discussed what experience-dependent neuroplasticity is and why this is an important concept to understand.
In this video I will discuss the key principles that are critical maximize your rehabilitation potential and prevent further degradation of the neurologic system.
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