We also have a new Neurochangers logo !
This year we have made some new changes with our neurological centre Aim2Walk in Toronto. With many ideas and discussions regarding our name, we have decided to go ahead and change our name to Neurochangers. Our second location in Whitby is also named Neurochangers which made our decision and transition easier. With this going forward we have also amalgamated our blog into our website. Although this Neurochangers blog has been a successful way to create and share information to our readers for the past 5 years, this will be our last post on this site. We ask kindly that you take the time to follow us at our new site where we will continue to share health tips, technology and keep you updated on the latest events and compelling client progress stories. We thank you for your love and support over the past 5 years and we look forward to having you stop by our newest site! Click here to subscribe.
From Aim2Walk’s Neurochangers Family, we thank you!
How boring is the gym? How boring is Physiotherapy?
Many people who come through our doors have stories of attending a gym or physiotherapy sessions elsewhere. Unfortunately these are not always positive stories. At our Neurological Rehabilitation Centre we know that our clients are here to train, to get stronger, to get healthier and to fulfill their rehab goals. This would be extremely difficult if we asked them to do the same exercises each session. Just like when you are at the gym, you need to keep changing your routine so that you stay stimulated to continue and see a change in your body. This is why our therapists are always thinking of new and fun exercises. We are fortunate to have some of the most advanced robotic technology for our clients, however; we find it important to also incorporate other forms of exercise into each client’s individual routine.
In today’s blog I have attached a video of one of our regular clients Joe Bartolomeo. Joe has
Amazing action shot! (and he scored)
always been involved in playing, watching and even coaching soccer so we have tried to adapt this into his therapy. After suffering a stroke in 2009, Joe has hemiplegia (one side of his body is paralyzed). With the help of his family and many hours of therapy, Joe continues to regain the strength of his limbs. To keep things exciting for him, we have included his favorite sport, soccer, into his therapy. Take a look…
Michelle Wolfe, RMT
Aim2Walk is an integrative and integrated Neurological Rehabilitation Centre.
Our unique and innovative programs applies specific clinical combinations of body work, robotics & technology and functional training. As well there is overall consideration to your general health & wellness.
We provide a free consultation and tour if you are interested in learning more about our clinic and the programs we provide. This video is a virtual tour of our facility and some of the technology which maybe integrated into your program. Each person’s therapy is very different from the next. It is important to us to use the appropriate technology and skills to adapt each treatment plan to be most effective for each individual.
Please enjoy this video and we look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.
A big thank you to our students Alana and Brittany for their hard work in capturing this video of our clinic.