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speech therapist working with patient on expressive aphasia treatment

Understanding Expressive Aphasia: Symptoms, Treatment, and Recovery

Expressive aphasia is a communication disorder that can make it difficult to produce speech. It’s also known as Broca’s aphasia, because it usually occurs after …

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woman rubbing sides of her head to relieve headaches after brain injury

Headaches After Brain Injury: Types, Causes, and Treatments

Headaches after brain injury, also known as post-traumatic headaches, are probably the most frequent physical effects of brain injury. In fact, about 30% of traumatic …

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doctor explaining benefits of vitamin B12 for stroke recovery to patient

Vitamin B12 for Stroke Recovery: Understanding the Benefits & Safety Tips

All B vitamins are crucial for overall brain health, but vitamin B12 may be the most important. That’s because B12 may help improve general cognitive …

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Those with incomplete paraplegia have a greater chance of recovery than any other state of SCI-related paralysis

Incomplete Paraplegia: Frequently Asked Questions

About 20% of all spinal cord injuries result in incomplete paraplegia, according to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center. While incomplete paraplegia can affect your …

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spinal cord injury patient using adaptive equipment like power wheelchairs to improve mobility

Adaptive Equipment for Spinal Cord Injury: 9 Helpful Tools for Quadriplegics

Wondering what the best assistive tools for quadriplegics are? Adaptive equipment for spinal cord injury patients should help promote independence by providing new ways to …

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Medications for Spinal Cord Injury That Help Minimize Complications

Medications for spinal cord injury patients can provide relief for a variety of complications including pain, spasticity, depression, and bladder and bowel problems. This article …

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Therapist helping patient with stroke rehabilitation techniques

The Best & Latest Stroke Rehabilitation Techniques for Recovery

If you want to improve mobility and function after stroke, it’s important to try a variety of stroke rehabilitation techniques. Since every stroke is different, …

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Doctor testing stroke patient's arm for learned nonuse

“Learned Nonuse” After Stroke: How It Happens & Why Patients Should Try to Avoid It

Learned nonuse is a symptom of stroke that occurs when patients suppress the use of their affected limb. If the condition persists, it can lead …

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understanding how exoskeletons for paraplegics work

Are Exoskeletons for Paraplegics Worth the Investment?

Exoskeletons present a hopeful future for individuals with paraplegia (paralysis of the legs). A spinal cord injury can disrupt communication between the brain and body, …

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Senior woman playing guitar as part of her TBI music therapy program

How Neurologic Music Therapy Can Boost TBI Recovery

Neurologic music therapy refers to the therapeutic use of music to treat the effects of TBI. It has been successfully used on a variety of …

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