Tips Flying After Stroke | CBC Health

Tips Flying After Stroke | CBC Health

It is not unusual for stroke survivors to fear flying. They may have heard that it is unsafe to fly after a stroke. They may also fear the long hours up in the air with their ongoing medical conditions.

Flying can be a necessary part of life. There is too much to miss out on without the freedom to travel. Don’t let your fear stop you from doing what you want. Don’t let your fear stop you from seeking treatment.

Forming blood clots is the main risk of flying after a stroke. Luckily, there are ways to safely prevent them. Learn more by visiting

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There is hope after stroke! CBC Health has pioneered Cord Blood Banking and experimental treatments utilizing Stem Cells derived from cord blood.

To learn more about CBC Health and treatment options for stroke recovery, please call (855) 253-8601 or visit

Together with our founding company, Cord Blood Center Group, CBC Health provides cord blood treatments for patients suffering from Ischemic Stroke at a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in Munich, Germany. Cord Blood Center Group, who has pioneered new frontiers of cord blood science for more than twenty years, serves as a knowledge base for CBC Health and operates several fully licensed laboratories and storage facilities across Europe.

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