compensate for injury

See: indemnify
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According to the study authors, the findings provide evidence for age differences in neural plasticity--the brain's ability to form new connections to compensate for injury, adapt to changing environments or learn something new.
While the brain is able to adapt and compensate for injury in certain conditions, in amputees the traumatic event prevents adaptive cortical changes.
Such a mechanism disregards the fundamental principle of EU law that a state is obliged to compensate for injury to individuals caused by infringements of EU law attributable to the state, including its courts.
Smart Refinishers was ordered to pay him pounds 5,000 in lost wages and a further pounds 4,000 to compensate for injury to his feelings.
VRT is based on the principle of neuroplasticity--the ability of the brain to repair itself to compensate for injury.
Its therapies are based on the principal of neuroplasticity, which is the brain's natural ability to form new connections in order to compensate for injury.
VRT is based on the principle of neuroplasticity--the ability of partially damaged neurons in the brain to compensate for injury and adjust their activity in response to stimulation from the environment.
NovaVision VRT is based on the principle of neuroplasticity--the ability of partially damaged neurons in the brain to compensate for injury and adjust their activity in response to stimulation from the environment.
VRT is based on the principle of neuroplasticity-- the ability of partially damaged neurons in the brain to compensate for injury and adjust their activity in response to stimulation from the environment.
NovaVision VRT is based on the concept of neuroplasticity, which is the ability of partially damaged neurons in the brain to compensate for injury and adjust their activity in response to stimulation from the environment.