Neuroplasticity and musculoskeletal rehabilitation

Neuroplasticity: key to a greater understanding and better treatment for musculoskeletal disorders?

Physiological or environmental changes or experiences trigger reorganization of the central nervous system (CNS), a process that is often pointed to as neuroplasticity. As neuroplasticity is typically reversible, it provides a potential entry point for physiotherapeutic intervention strategies; it increases understanding of underlying dysfunctional mechanisms and effectiveness of treatments targeting the musculoskeletal system.


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