Impertinent solutions? Ergonomic rehabilitation after attempted limb amputation

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Bernard Masters, Bank House Clinic

This case study presents a full recovery following functional neurological rehabilitation. A 25 year old female soldier (EB) suffered a knife attack and needed to be resuscitated several times with surgery to her left arm. Amputation was offered, but surgery proved successful but sensation was absent. Her left arm was in contracted state and painful to move. Four weeks from surgery, applying functional neurological care involving brain based stimulation she made a complete recovery and was able to return to active military duty.

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7-8 June 2016

NCTL Learning and Conference Centre, Nottingham

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