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Neuroplasticity

Our brain is made up of multiple connections, think of it as multiple wires (neurons) that are connected to each other to communicate messages. After an injury to the brain, some of these connections can become damaged.

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Migraines

Migraines

Migraines are the 3rd most prevalent disorder in the world, and they are more prevalent in women...

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a lifelong neurological condition that disrupts the development of movement...

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Calming the Nervous System

Calming the Nervous System

Pain has a way of overtaking the brain, and at times you may feel it is all you can think about. Your pain might be so unbearable that it makes a simple task, such as folding laundry, seem daunting.

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Download Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic’s custom handouts for tips to help you improve your health.

Sleep Hygiene

Sleep Hygiene

Download Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic’s handout on sleep hygiene to create healthy habits for better sleep.

Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation

Download Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic’s handout about energy conservation to help you at times you feel tired.

Breathing Techniques

Breathing Techniques

Download Surrey Neuroplasticity Clinic’s handout on breathing techniques that can be used when feeling stressed or anxious.

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