Women with multiple sclerosis (MS) may not be at a higher risk of pregnancy complications like gestational diabetes, emergency caesarean...
Advances in technology are helping to open up the world like never before for people who rely on mobility assistance, as NR Times discovers.
Two specialist rehab providers have joined forces to investigate goals among young people affected by acquired brain injury. Here they report on their findings.
Dramatherapy - using acting and other expressive arts to communicate feelings - is quickly gaining popularity, including with neuro-rehab patients, as Deborah Johnson reports.
NR Times’ writer Andrew Mernin attended the largest neuro-rehab event in the Asia Oceania region recently and made a few notes along the way
MPs were invited to attend Parliament for a brain injury screening on 25th June to raise awareness of brain injury, as well as gain insight into...
The line-up for a UK conference which puts the future of paediatric acquired brain injury under the spotlight has been announced.
The number of deaths from stroke has been cut in half over the past 10 years, new research has shown.
Despite living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type II, and requiring 24/7 support for daily tasks, Ross Hovey is fiercely independent; especially when it comes to driving.
The team at the Elysium Neurocare facility at Badby Park, Daventry, share how they are exploring the use of technology for the benefit of patients.
Ever fancied broadening your career by becoming a case manager? Occupational therapist Michelle Mason did just that and hasn’t looked back. Here she reflects on her...