DENVER, CO. Nov 22, 2011 Denver plastic surgeon Dr. Terrence Murphy has once again become involved with Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Englewood, Colorado. In between consults, appointments and surgeries, Denver cosmetic surgeon Terrence Murphy finds time to follow and care for several patients with traumatic spinal cord injuries
. Working with inpatients who possess a varying degree of wounds and injuries, he brings his training and experiences as a Denver cosmetic surgeon to help improve the patient’s physical well being. The ultimate hope is that by improving their physical well being their emotional and mental well-being will improve as well.
Many residents may not know about the support and care Craig Hospital offers to its patients. Dr. Murphy encourages you to learn about the hospital and their healing powers. With his experience as a plastic surgeon in Denver, he feels that his added involvement helps to complement this invaluable service and assists patients in gaining back their sense of self. He works with a team of doctors to help restore the lives of those with traumatic brain and spinal injuries, both on the outside and inside.
Craig Hospital is among the leading rehabilitation hospitals in the nation. Exclusively involved in spinal cord injuries and traumatic brain injuries, they are dedicated to treatment and research. Since 1956 they have treated more than 28,000 patients and have treated more spinal cord patients than any other facility in the nation. Since 1990, they have been ranked in the Top Ten Rehab hospitals in the United States.
When it comes to gaining back one’s sense of self and emotional and mental well being after a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury the Tutor system plays a vital role.
The new FDA and CE certified HandTutor, ArmTutor, LegTutor
and 3D Tutor
have been developed to improve joint movement in brain and spinal cord injury victims. The Tutor
devices are currently being used in leading U.S. and foreign hospitals as well as in physical therapy clinics and even in the patient’s home with tele rehabilitation
. The devices also treat those suffering from MS, Parkinson’s, spinal cord injuries Apraxia among other disabilities., Intensive active exercise can reduce the rate of deterioration and this is what is provided with the Tutor
devices. For those patients who are at home, both children and adults, the devices are equipped with tele rehabilitation capability. See http://www.HandTutor
.com for more information.