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May 17, 2022

Stroke Recovery & Rehabilitation: Managing Hand Spasticity

After a stroke or brain injury, a recovering patient’s brain may struggle to control the signals sent throughout the body. This can cause their muscles to become overactive and remain…
Stroke News
March 11, 2022

Tips for walking after brain injuries

One of the hardest things for anyone to do after suffering a brain injury is re-learning how to walk again and it’s a difficult and tiring journey. Thankfully, there are…
Stroke News
January 10, 2022

Motivating stroke patients in rehabilitation

The road to recovery can be hard during rehabilitation, so keeping stroke patients motivated is not always easy to achieve. Motivation plays a key role in the recovery process because…
Stroke News
January 4, 2022

The benefits of music therapy in stroke recovery

Music tastes often link directly to someone’s personality so it’s no surprise that the notion of music therapy helping stroke rehabilitation can be beneficial to a patient. Studies across the…
Stroke News
September 9, 2021

Memory Games for Stroke Recovery

It takes a lot of effort to help stroke victims retrain their memory. Short-term memory loss is a huge hurdle to overcome and the road ahead may seem long and…
Stroke News
September 9, 2021

Don’t let a stroke strike when you’re young

Contrary to what many people think, young people can be just as vulnerable to an ischemic stroke as the elderly might be. They can strike out of nowhere and alter…

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