Stroke Survivor Sings to Restore Speech

Stroke Survivor Sings to Restore Speech

A college professor is using music therapy to restore his speech after suffering a stroke in his 50’s. He wasn’t expected to walk or talk again but is now singing and teaching.

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4 Comments

  1. Andrea on January 6, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    Please see a qualified speech language pathologist who is specifically trained in melodic intonation therapy.

  2. Da Ni on January 6, 2020 at 8:07 pm

    So inspiring when he says I want my life back it’s all i want too

  3. Patrick Mark on January 6, 2020 at 8:15 pm

    Stroke Has a permanent cure.

    I saw the address of a doctor in one of the blogs recently.

    I (52 age) had a severe stroke on 7th of April 2016. I was diagnosed with Lupus in January this year and was taking Steroids (prednisone) tablets along with other medicine. No history of BP or diabetes nor heart disease. Am a non smoker and drinks occasionally little for social meets. Before I was diagnosed with Lupus this year in January I was given numerous anti biotic by family physicians since they could not diagnose me. I had joint pain and acidity and cough. I never used to take any drugs since I was quite healthy. I Steroids caused the stroke I had, I was not prescribed any blood thinner nor aspirin then. They thought I was allergic to them. However I am not allergic to any drugs

    On April 7th I was admitted due to stroke and underwent surgery on right side of the brain to stop bleeding and swelling. They retained my bone flap in freezer and on September 20th I had surgery to restore my bone flap which was very successful. I am now able to talk and eat without any help. my speech is quite clear , though not like before. I walks slowly with the help of cane. But cannot walk long. I cannot move my left leg and hand

    But when I took Dr Ben Herbal medication, for one month,I was completely cured, now I can move all part of my body.speak clearly and walk freely.
    contact him on drbenson833@gmail.com.

  4. marc s on January 6, 2020 at 8:21 pm

    Wow im happy for him!

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