Orthopedic impairments are disabilities that hinder a person’s mobility. It has different causes and manifestations. To help you understand this disorder better, here are its three main kinds:
The impairment or damage is in a person’s nervous system. The brain and the spinal cord is responsible for the passing of information to help a person move their limbs and body, with improper development or damage on a person’s brain, a person may have problems with posture and movement.
This form is characterized as progressively worsening of the function and/or structure of body tissue.
This form covers various muscular, joint, and skeletal health issues that hinder a person to move freely, like arthritis, osteoporosis, and fractures, to name a few.
In dealing with these health issues, it is important to have someone at home who can help you make sure that your care is tailored based on your needs. Our professionals can help you with that. They have undergone training to ensure that you will be provided with the customized services you deserve.