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The author of this site is a licensed occupational therapist of 22 years, Certified Stroke Rehab Specialist as well as an ACE certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor who specializes in working with stroke patients.

Her background/experience includes:

Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman's University

BS Degree in Kinesiology/Health Promotion and Fitness from UT Austin

Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist from National Stroke Association

ACE Certified Personal Trainer

ACE Certified Fitness Group Instructor

Author of Stroke Rehab Guide for Patients and Caregivers

LSVT Big Certified (Parkinson's treatment)

Certified in Saebo fitting

Certificate in Advanced Practice in Hand and Upper Quarter Rehabilitation from Drexel University         

Training in various stroke rehab techniques through multiple continuing education courses and symposiums and over 20+ years of working with stroke patients

Articles/Presentations by or about Author:

Improving Patient Compliance and Stroke Rehabilitation Outcomes Through Caregiver Engagement (National Stroke Association)

Adaptive Clothing for Stroke Patients - Ezine article

6 Tips for Continuing Your Rehab At Home - StrokeSmart Magazine

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