As a patient recovers from a stroke, both they and their caregivers must understand that the process is slow and uncertain. This is because the severity of the stroke.
Stroke recovery is is a lifelong process. National Stroke Association offers information, support and tips for rehabilitation on your road to recovery.
Every stroke recovery is different, but there are certain patterns to motor recovery after stroke that wed like to highlight. From one month to one year
What is a stroke? Learn about stroke symptoms like sudden numbness or weakness, confusion, vision problems, or problems with coordination. Discover treatment, types.
Recovering After a Stroke: A Patient and Family Guide. This booklet, produced by the US Agency for HealthCare Research and Quality, details the poststroke.
Get better after stroke with Healing the Broken Brain: Leading experts answer 100 questions about stroke recovery, a book for stroke survivors families.
Stroke recovery can reach higher levels of improvement with the right tools
Read about recovering from a stroke. The injury to the brain caused by a stroke can lead to widespread and longlasting problems.
Learn about our top 15 steps that every stroke survivor should take during recovery. We cover all your bases and help you avoid the worst mistakes.
Learn how to recover from stroke and how to help a loved one recover from stroke with guides, videos, expert advice, community resources on stroke recovery.
Stroke rehabilitation is important for recovery after stroke. Learn about the physical, cognitive and other therapies used in stroke rehabilitation.
Download these stroke materials to help you educate your patients and community about stroke and FAST.
Electrical stimulation may sound jolting, but it can actually be an effective treatment for improving movement and spasticity.
Recovery after Stroke: Dealing with Pain. Survivors sometimes have to deal with pain caused by their strokes. StrokeSmart Staff May 14, 2009
A stroke is an interruption of the blood supply to your brain that results in the death of brain cells. You may experience symptoms like difficulty walking