Virtual Environment Treatment Available for the First Time in NYC for Patients with Stroke

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NYDNRehab introduces a noninvasive, breakthrough technological therapy for patients who have suffered from a stroke.

New York Dynamic Neuromuscular Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy clinic is introducing for the first time in New York City, a groundbreaking, conservative method of treatment for patients who have suffered from a stroke (or other types of neurological diseases that damage the ability to walk, balance, and bear weight).

A stroke is considered a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) that causes an obstruction of blood supply to the brain tissue resulting in damage to the nerve cells. Damage to the nerve cells can cause a variety of side effects, such as an inability to walk, loss of balance, inability to smile, and difficulty with speech. Approximately 800,000 people suffer from strokes every year; it is the third leading cause of death in the United States. With these alarming statistics, it is vital for patients to seek out the most advanced therapy treatments possible.

At NYDNRehab, they look at each patient as an individual and customize a multimodal plan using their high tech therapy options. Their technology has the ability to diagnose deficits in neuromuscular and cognitive control. In addition, they use both gait analysis and Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) to assess the motor function of their patients. One of the most impressive applications of CAREN is its ability to look at the body system as a whole instead of as parts, allowing for a more effective treatment. In addition, CAREN is a fun, interactive, and visual way for patients to receive therapy. Furthermore, NYDNRehab is the only clinic in New York City to use Vojta therapy, which is a specialized type of physical therapy specifically designed for patients who have suffered from neurological diseases; NYDNRehab has 15 years of experience using this specific type of therapy.

NYDNRehab is focused on providing the most advanced therapy treatment for patients with neurological deficits and disorders. For more information call us 866-311-5889 or visit us online at

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