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angry man yelling at coworker because he struggles with aggressive behavior after brain injury

Aggressive Behavior After Brain Injury: Understanding the Causes and Solutions to Anger

Aggressive behavior after brain injury presents a unique challenge to recovery. It can be a major struggle for both TBI patients and their loved ones …

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Hip Dislocation in Cerebral Palsy Patients: Are You at Risk?

Do people with cerebral palsy have an increased risk of hip dislocation? Cerebral palsy is a motor disability that is primarily characterized by irregular muscle …

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Understanding Why Loved Ones May Become Self-Centered After Stroke (It’s Not Personal)

If your loved one appears more self-centered after stroke, try not to take things personally. Usually, self-centered behavior has nothing to do with vanity or …

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list of best apps for stroke patients and caregivers

Best Apps for Stroke Patients to Get Convenient Therapy on the Go

These apps for stroke patients conveniently provide access to therapy straight from your phone or tablet. While it’s always best to work directly with a …

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woman wiping head with cloth sitting in front of electric fan in office because she struggles with excessive sweating after brain injury

Excessive Sweating After Head Injury: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments for Hyperhidrosis

Excessive sweating after a head injury is a symptom of dysautonomia. This condition causes automatic bodily functions, such as sweating, to malfunction. Today you will …

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Using Tenodesis After Spinal Cord Injury to Boost Functional Independence

Has your spinal cord injury left you with no hand control? Well, there’s still hope! Learning how to use tenodesis will help you become more …

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What Are the Long-Term Effects of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury?

Despite the name, the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury can be anything but mild. Migraines, dizziness, depression and cognitive impairments are just a …

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Is Driving with Cerebral Palsy Safe?

Can people with cerebral palsy drive? You bet they can! Just because someone has cerebral palsy doesn’t mean they won’t be able to drive. Cerebral …

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stroke patient exercising at home

21 Useful Stroke Exercises to Improve Mobility at Home (from Expert PTs and OTs)

Stroke exercises can help patients regain mobility and strength in the body. Practicing therapeutic movements helps activate neuroplasticity after stroke and rewire the brain, which …

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6 Ways that Music Therapy for Stroke Patients Boosts Recovery

Music therapy for stroke patients may seem like a passive activity, but can make a surprising impact on recovery. From improving speech to movement, music …

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