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Neuropraxis Is Now Accepting Spinal Cord Injury Clients

Neuropraxis is pleased to announce that they have begun accepting spinal cord injury clients. This expansion will allow Neuropraxis to better serve the community and provide much needed support to those affected by brain and spinal cord injuries.

Neuropraxis offers a cutting-edge home and community rehabilitation program that provides comprehensive and individualized treatment programs through evidence-based practices to adults and adolescents with brain or spinal cord injuries. Unlike other rehabilitation programs, Neuropraxis allows the participants to heal from the comfort of their own homes, and facilitates the transition to a life of purpose, social connection and optimism.

“At Neuropraxis, we are passionate about helping our clients regain function and independence,” said Christine Weaver, Neuropraxis Founder and CEO. “This expansion is an exciting opportunity for Neuropraxis as we are able to reach even more clients to help them achieve their goals.”

Each client will work closely with a Neuropraxis case manager who will oversee their care and create a care plan to help attain the best possible outcomes and help survivors overcome the physical, emotional and psychosocial challenges that arise from an injury. These plans are developed based on a thorough evaluation of the individual’s current functional abilities and goals, and includes telehealth, occupational therapy, physical therapy, recreational therapy and speech therapy, as well as partnering clients with a life skills navigator who will allow them to live an independent life.

The team at Neuropraxis will consistently work alongside with the client, their family and other members of their rehabilitation team to ensure that all goals are being met.

If you or someone you know suffered a brain or spinal cord injury, contact Neuropraxis at 888-266-8921 and send medical records and insurance information to hello@neuropraxisrehab.com or fax to 888-266-5341.

For more information, visit www.neuropraxisrehab.com.

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