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man stretching wrist for passive range of motion exercises for stroke patients at home

Passive Range of Motion Exercises for Stroke Patients to Try at Home

Passive range of motion exercises for stroke patients can help reduce spasticity and eventually improve mobility. Hopefully you can work some of these range of …

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how to treat shoulder subluxation after stroke (and how to prevent it from getting worse!)

Shoulder Subluxation After Stroke: Treatment and Rehabilitation Exercises

Shoulder subluxation after stroke can be a painful and limiting condition that impairs your arm mobility. To help you relieve pain and improve mobility, this …

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illustration of occipital lobe stroke in relation to the rest of the brain

Occipital Lobe Stroke: What It Affects & How to Recover

A stroke in the occipital lobe often results in vision problems since this area of the brain processes visual input from the eyes. Aside from …

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understanding spinal cord injury and sweating

Spinal Cord Injury and Sweating: Understanding Risks and Management

Is there a link between spinal cord injury and sweating? The brain and body communicate through the spinal cord. However, after a spinal cord injury, …

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Everything you need to know about diffuse axonal injury recovery

Diffuse Axonal Injury Recovery: Causes, Symptoms, and Methods for Rehabilitation

Diffuse axonal injuries are generally a \severe type of traumatic brain injury. Fortunately, by engaging the brain’s natural neuroplasticity, it is possible to rewire the …

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Wife visits her husband with global brain injury who is lying on the bed. They are holding hands and smile.

Global Brain Injury Recovery: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Global brain injuries are one of the most severe types of brain injury possible. While the road to recovery might be long, it is still …

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life after C3 spinal cord injury

C3 Spinal Cord Injury: What to Expect and How to Recover

A C3 spinal cord injury (SCI) can affect movement and sensation from the neck down. Fortunately, by participating in rehabilitative therapies and effectively managing secondary …

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therapist instructing stroke patient on how to use an exercise bike to overcome chronic stroke

Understanding Chronic Stroke: What It Means & How to Recover

Chronic stroke refers to the period of recovery that takes place at least six months after the initial stroke event. When a patient enters this …

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physical therapist helping stroke patient regain muscle function

Understanding Changes in Muscle Function After Stroke (and How to Recover)

There are several different ways that a stroke can affect the muscular system. In this article, you will learn some of the most common muscle …

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friendly speech language pathologist talking with stroke patient about recovery

When Stroke Affects Speech: How to Overcome Aphasia or Apraxia of Speech

Has a stroke affected your speech? It could be a sign of aphasia or apraxia of speech. Both conditions can inhibit a stroke survivor’s speech …

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