Aging – Are You Up for It?

The science of aging includes three main components: An understanding of what truly is obligatory and expected in normal aging Specific applications designed to delay the aging process in efforts to perform (sport) or function (life) Rehabilitative considerations, defining what is possible to recover from in the face of advanced age (stroke, TKR, extended bedrest […]

So many variables…so little time

In his 1970 book, Future¬†Shock, author Alvin Toffler coined the term “overchoice”. At times, neurologic rehabilitation may seem to be filled with the burden of overchoice, referring to the overwhelming burden of making a decision when options are both plentiful and seemingly similar/equal. Give feedback or not? What form of feedback? Increase the intensity or […]

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