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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy for stroke patients involves restraining the non-affected arm and using only the weaker arm for functional tasks over a certain period of time.
QuestionIs strength training ideal for stroke patients? I understand that strength training helps to reduce spasticity. Being a Fitness Professional and
Questions from stroke patients and caregivers regarding exercise and adaptive equipment.
List of stroke information websites for patients and caregivers.
Question: Can a stroke patient change their will? Answer: If the patient's mental capacity has not been affected or their mental capacity is such that
Adaptive equipment can help the stroke patient become more independent. Discover which medical equipment is most beneficial.
Question:We are helpless to prevent internal rotation of the shoulder, forearm pronation and wrist flexion on the affected side limb while sleeping or
Personality changes are common with stroke. One might become depressed, apathetic, impulsive or labile with frequent changes in mood.
Question: Can you tell me what criteria a stroke victim must meet before entering a rehab facility. Answer: There are several criteria for inpatient
Question How can you give sensory re-education to the legs at home? Answer: Sensory re-education techniques are more often used for the hands, but some
Learn about stroke treatment for flaccidity of flaccid paralysis.
Question: I had a stroke 06 March 2012. After 7 months I start to have spasticity problems . I walk everyday about 400 meters , but stay stiff. Will
Treatment solutions for foot pain after stroke.
Question: The right side of my body can not sense hot or cold. How long does this last and are there any treatments? Answer: I have seen this last
Question: I had a stroke last week, however, I do not have high blood pressure, don't smoke or drink, don't have diabetes, am not overweight, etc. The
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