The coordinators of the Spinal Special Interest Group (‘SIG’) arranged for members to visit the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital and have a tour of the facilities.
Hannah is our Brain Injury Co-ordinator who supports patients who come to us following a brain injury. Hannah works with our multidisciplinary team to facilitate therapeutic activities and rehabilitation on the ward, in the gyms and in the community.
At Royal Bucks, we offer Music Therapy as part of our holistic and dynamic approach to treatment, preparing a person-centred care plan for each patient. In partnership with Chiltern Music Therapy, we have been delivering Neurologic Music Therapy (NMT) to our patients since 2015. NMT is the therapeutic use of music applied to sensory, speech and language, cognitive, and motor injuries after a neurologic event or diagnosis.
The game gives patients a jolt which stimulates more effective brain repair. It is like neuro-animation and uses motion-sensitive cameras to track movements made by the person's arm.
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