Rewiring the Brain: An Evidence-Based Approach to Help Patients with Chronic Back Pain
Aliza Krug, PA-C
The nervous system coordinates the actions of the mind and body, and it is continually changing based on the environment. The ability of the nervous system to adapt is known as neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity refers to the brain's ability to modify, change, and adapt its function and structure in response to learning, experience, or injury. Neuroplasticity can be helpful, such as when you remember how to cook a favorite meal without a recipe, drive to work without ...
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