“Neuroplasticity is the skill of the nervous system to be able to respond to intrinsic or extrinsic stimuli, reorganising its structure, function and connections.”

The brain is a system which self-organises and adapts to the specific surrounding environment.

Understanding the adaptational behaviour of the nervous system in response to an injury means understanding the interaction among the different subsystems of the body and the environment as well as the continuous exchange of information between the nervous system, the body and the environment.

For this reason, in our therapies we design “enriched environments” which enhance the neuroplastic of the nervous system of each of our patients.