The Padovan Neurofunctional Reorganization Method, developed by Beatriz Padovan, is a therapeutic approach that recapitulate the neuro-development phases, used as strategy to habilitate or rehabilitate the nervous system.
The Padovan Neurofunctional Reorganization Method is used to recover lost functions, never acquired functions or even to prepare the organism to acquire functions and capacities to which it has potential and that, for lack of stimulation or other reasons, did not have the opportunity to arise. It is a method that can be applied as:
The Hiperboloide is an important ally in the Padovan Rehabilitation Method, being used as a salivary stimulator and a help in several exercises.
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• Rehabilitation: in the several pathologic cases of the nervous system, in addition to the cases where the individual is not reaching his normal development whether it is in motor functions, speech and language, learning or neuro-psychomotor development delay.
• Prevention/Maintenance: of all functions. Improving motor and cognitive performance, for instance, memory, creativity and sports. It is also excellent in geriatry, when the individual loses his competencies.
The Padovan Neurofunctional Reorganization Method is indicated to all ages in the following cases:
• Brain paralysis (BP)
• Global and fine movement disorder
• Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)
• Cranial traumatism
Speech and language disturbs:
• Articulatory disturbs in general (changes, suppression and replacing of phonemes, motor and sensor aphasia, language delay, stuttering etc)
• Learning disturbs: attention and concentration deficit, dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia;
• Oral motility: buccal or oral respirator, atypical swallowing, dysphage (trouble to swallow) and oral bad habits.
Neuro-motor disturbs and syndromes:
• Degenerative diseases of the nervous system
• Down's syndrome
• Panic disorder