Enhanced plasticity following stroke

Enhanced plasticity following stroke Globally, one in four people over the age of 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. Those who survive stroke often require extensive therapy to support recovery. While stroke survival rates are improving, we need better solutions for recovery. Animal studies have taught us that after a stroke, the brain…

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Meet a pioneer in stroke recovery

Meet a pioneer in stroke recovery After 39-year-old Aaron Ulland suffered a stroke, paralyzing his left side, he volunteered to participate in a revolutionary study at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, where electrodes were implanted in his brain to help restore his mobility. Correspondent Susan Spencer reports on the incredible results. Subscribe to the “CBS…

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Stroke Therapy to regain memory skills

Stroke Therapy to regain memory skills Stroke can severely impact an individual’s memory skills. Here, an occupational therapist uses playing cards to evaluate a patient’s memory and help her regain her skills. Utilizing the different colors and numbers on the cards, and arranging them differently each time, is a useful therapeutic tool in rebuilding memory…

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What is Neuroplasticity: Guidelines for Stroke Recovery

What is Neuroplasticity: Guidelines for Stroke Recovery Neuroplasticity is the foundation of learning after a stroke or any type of injury to the brain or spinal cord. In part 1 of this series, I discussed what experience-dependent neuroplasticity is and why this is an important concept to understand. In this video I will discuss the…

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Stroke Association Helpline

Stroke Association Helpline Rebuilding lives after a stroke starts with rebuilding hope, and seeing the possibilities for recovery. Our Stroke Helpline acts as a “hope-line” to stroke survivors and their families, offering guidance and vital support. Find out how stroke survivors find hope through a call to our Stroke Helpline, getting the emotional support they…

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Assessing Stroke Patients as a Teletherapist in UK 2021

Assessing Stroke Patients as a Teletherapist in UK 2021 Today I am discussing techniques I employ when I see stroke clients in my teletherapy practice. Stay until the end when I share how you can find out more about working online and even hear some of my clients talking. If you are watching this and…

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Tips for Stroke Survivors: Meal Preparation

Tips for Stroke Survivors: Meal Preparation After a stroke everyday tasks may become more challenging or need to be relearned. Every stroke is unique and so is your recovery. This step-by-step video provides meal preparation tips for stroke survivors, including meal planning, time saving suggestions, ideas for assistive devices, if needed, and making a simple…

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After Stroke This 1 Thing Is Key to Rehab Arm & Hand

After Stroke This 1 Thing Is Key to Rehab Arm & Hand “Famous” Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present: After Stroke This 1 Thing Is Key to Rehab Arm & Hand To learn more about the CanDo Wrist and Forearm Exerciser: https://www.feiretail.com/exercise/range-of-motion/upper-body-rom-exercisers/#102995 CanDo Pronation/Supination: https://www.fab-ent.com/exercise/wrists-shoulder/cando-pronation-supination-wrist-exercise-wheel/ ALERT: Bob and Brad’s new invention The Knee…

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