Cognitive Rehabilitation

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a new Pain science model for rehabilitation...

We understand the importance of biomechanics and tissue overload on musculoskeletal pain complaints but we also understand the impact processing has on this multifactorial experience. A pain experience is never purely a representation of a physical injury. With all injuries we develop new networks of cells that begin to associate with one another. Often times this links movement with pain chronically in the spinal cord and brain. At Camp4 we have been trained to use a 3-step process which retrains the cells of the brain to experience less threat from the body. This is performing rehabilitation on the brains neural networks.