Acquired Brain


Stroke, or cerebrovascular accident, is the leading cause of disability in adult men and women

The consequences of suffering a stroke in adults are unique in each person, since the injury will depend on the area of the brain that has been affected, the time that has passed from the beginning of the first symptoms until the end of the event and the general health status of the person who suffers it before the lesson among others

The goal at Neurogenesis Clinic is to work day by day so that patients improve their physical, cognitive and emotional state, and recover their life after a stroke

With our multidisciplinary team, we help the patient to communicate more easily, enhance their ability to concentrate, improve muscle strength and dexterity, gain independence, personal hygiene, travel, etc., increase their self-esteem, reconnect with the work environment, regain normality with the family and social environment, etc.

Brain Tumor

The symptoms of a brain tumor can be diverse, such as a cognitive problem, behavioral problems, motor and autonomy difficulties, etc. As a consequence, the brain tumor in adults has a significant impact on their quality of life

Rehabilitation helps the patient in the recovery of the altered functions and it does so thanks to an integral and intensive treatment carried out by our group of professionals

In this way, the various specialists work in a coordinated manner in all areas affected by the tumor

Neurological rehabilitation plays a fundamental role in the recovery of the functions of a patient who has suffered a brain tumor, improving the patient’s mobility, memory and speech problems

Both the patient and the family will receive a close treatment by our team of professionals always attentive to the needs that arise throughout the treatment

Cranioencephalic Traumatism

Head injury produces a primary injury resulting from the impact on the skull plus a secondary complication (edema, cerebral hemorrhage, increased intracranial pressure, etc.) that can develop hours or days after the impact and can aggravate the initial symptoms

Neurological rehabilitation is a key treatment for the recovery of the motor, cognitive, behavioral and social alterations that occur as a consequence of the injury

We identify the difficulty that exists after a cranioencephalic trauma in adults, and as a team we help the patient to:

  • Work on behavior, if the behavior is more impulsive
  • Improve concentration and memory capacity
  • Assist the patient’s mobility, postural control, ambulation and muscle tone
  • Assess the use of support products (orthoses) and botulinum toxin
  • Evaluate and train possible speech impairment (aphasia)
  • Encourage independence in daily activities, personal hygiene, transfers, staying alone at home…
  • Gaining independence, improving daily tasks, increasing self-confidence…

Cerebral or Encephalic Anoxia

It is a type of brain injury caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain. The consequences of a decreased oxygen supply can cause severe neurological injury

Cardiac arrest is the most common cause of brain damage due to hypoxia or decreased oxygen to the brain

The absence of oxygen to the brain affects the patient’s physical, cognitive, functional and emotional functions. The absence of oxygen in the brain primarily affects areas that are particularly vulnerable to oxygen deprivation. These brain areas are:

  • Hippocampus: brain structure responsible for remembering new information
  • Basal ganglia: its main function is the control of movement
  • Cerebellum: brain area that enables coordinated movement
  • Cerebral cortex: affects cognitive functioning

The goal is to improve the quality of life

Neurological rehabilitation allows to improve the damaged brain area's function through a plan of specific and intense treatment
Our multidisciplinary team will understand the patient's difficulties, as well as the family and social's necessities that arises as a consequence of the injury

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Avda. de Los Angeles, local 33
San Pedro Alcantara - Marbella


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