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How long does it take to recover from the damage caused by any neurogenic disorder?

Although the question itself is a simple one, the answer is much more difficult. Unfortunately there is no correct answer to this question. Each neurological disorder is different, and thus an individual's rate of healing is also different. The timetable for recovery depends on the extent of the disease process. Other medical complications also determine the length of the recovery process. 
For example, most of the recovery for stroke patients that is going to take place happens in approximately six months to one year. Patients continue to heal after that, but more slowly. Another example, it may take one patient only three days to walk one hundred feet after knee surgery, however a patient who had surgery on the same day may need five days to reach the same distance. This is due to the variation in pain perception, motivation, and healing rate of each individual patient.

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