After the stroke, my dad could not sit by himself, could not stand, could not walk, his mouth was bent and his speech was blurred. He muddled up things when he talks, most of time incoherent. By the time he started taking NeuroAiD™ he starting looking stronger, more coherent and by he started sitting for the first time.
Thanks for your mail. Yes, NeuroAiD™ has been very helpful to my dad’s recovery. My dad had stroke that gave him total paralysis in August 2011 he was 59 years then.
The doctors in University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH) did not give us much hope although they battled to keep him alive. He stayed in the hospital for close to three months. We started physiotherapy immediately from the hospital and continued after he was discharged.
His condition became stable with continued physiotherapy and then the physiotherapist working on him recommended NeuroAiD™ through a doctor in University Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), I quickly made the research on the internet and immediately ordered for it in November 2011 three months after the stroke. After the stroke, my dad could not sit by himself, could not stand, could not walk, his mouth was bent and his speech was blurred. He muddled up things when he talks, most of time incoherent. By the time he started taking NeuroAiD™ he starting looking stronger, more coherent and by 1 January 2012 he started sitting for the first time. We continued with physiotherapy and continued with NeuroAiD™ and before long he could stand by himself, and also walk by himself. It took lots of faith and patience. My dad stayed with me through all this period (for almost a year) but has since returned to his own house since three months back (September) and is still improving. We did six months of NeuroAiD™ and we will continue with NeuroAiD™ to see if we can get more result from it.
I will recommend NeuroAiD™ to anybody with this challenge and I believe with lots of love, care, patience, faith and of course physiotherapy, the person will get.
Wishing you good success as you recommend this to your patients.
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