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Posted in personal care after stroke stroke recovery stroke rehabilitation

Bedsores (pressure injuries) after stroke

Bedsores after stroke is a serious problem. With proper knowledge and care, it can be avoided.

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What does stroke rehabilitation mean?

This post discusses the concept of stroke rehabilitation. This is where stroke carers have a big role to play. Here, we discuss when the stroke rehabilitation begins, what aspects it includes, and the current expert recommendations. What is stroke rehabilitation? It has three goals: When and how the stroke rehabilitation…

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Movement recovery resources for stroke survivors

Resources Canadian best practices guidelines If you have more guidelines, manuals, and other resources related to exercises for stroke, please send us. Clinicians’ handbook US resources E-learning resources

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Walking sticks for stroke survivors

Another term for walking sticks is canes. Walking sticks or canes carry many benefits to stroke survivors. They are valuable tools for stroke patients in their journey to independence. However, experts recommend evidence-supported specific steps to follow for better recovery; it is time dependent. If you read the following two…

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A walk over the brain surface for stroke care givers

Knowledge about the brain surface will inspire stroke caregivers to make better decisions.

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