Professor Jurg Kesselring, Member of committee of Red Cross said, when we talk about neurorehabilitation, we are focusing on neuroplasticity of the brain. “We need to understand that neuroplasticity keeps happening in the brain, until death,” said Kesselring.
He added, “These changes of the brain can be improved by acute therapy and that is what neurorehabilitation is all about. I’m not convinced that the technological advances are the most important for the future, although it is true that they are very good to see.”
As per Professor Kesselring, the vital thing to know about neurorehabilitation is that you can attain neuroplasticity of brain only if you are active, physically or psychologically.
“Cognitive devices and many other new technologies are very progressive,” said Professor Kesselring.
He signed off by saying, “For me, the translation of MS is not only multiple sclerosis but more of self-confidence. Hence, these new devices inspire people to get more self-confident.”