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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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spinal cord injury patient practicing core exercises to improve balance

Core Exercises for Spinal Cord Injury Patients that Help Improve Balance

Practicing core exercises can help spinal cord injury patients develop better balance and posture. As its name suggests, the core is the center of it …

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Grandfather and granddaughter playing chess, one of the best games for stroke patients

9 Games for Stroke Patients that Promote Cognitive Agility

During stroke rehabilitation, it is critical to stay active. While physical activity is key, it is also important to keep your mind engaged. This is …

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woman practicing yoga for spinal cord injury patients in wheelchair

Yoga for Spinal Cord Injury Patients: How to Achieve Physical and Mental Relief

After a spinal cord injury, you may feel out of sync or disconnected from your body. Yoga promotes mind-body awareness and self-acceptance, which makes it …

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senior man driving for the first time after his stroke, his wife is in the passenger seat smiling at him

Can You Drive After A Stroke? Safety Considerations and Rehab Techniques

Driving after stroke is a complex issue because everyone experiences side effects differently. The severity of the stroke and unique side effects that follow will …

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c5 spinal cord injury patient living a happy and fulfilling life

C5 Spinal Cord Injury: What to Expect and How to Improve Mobility

A C5 spinal cord injury is the second most common level of injury, making up about 15% of all SCIs. Damage to the C5 spinal cord often …

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brain injury patient preparing healthy foods in kitchen with caregiver

How Nutrition Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury Can Help the Brain Heal

Nutrition therapy plays a huge role in overcoming the effects of traumatic brain injury. In fact, a good nutritional therapy regimen can actually help boost cognitive …

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man with C6 spinal cord injury learning how to use wheelchair

Understanding C6 Spinal Cord Injury: What to Expect and How to Recover

After a C6 spinal cord injury, individuals often experience paralysis of the upper and lower body, also known as quadriplegia. However, even amongst C6 spinal …

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