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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…

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Research – practice gap on walking promotion

The 2015 published Cochrane review (1) found only five studies that evaluated community walking sessions for people living a stroke. And, they concluded that the…

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Cochrane review on interventions for urinary incontinence after a stroke
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More research on stroke patients’ bladder control needed

Bladder control research among stroke survivors is urgently needed.

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recovery attempts of the brain
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How long does paralysis last after a stroke?

After a stroke, the length of time that the paralysis lasts depends on the brain’s ability to recover and the outside support we give. The…

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Cochrane reviews about urine incontinence
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Cochrane reviews on urine incontinence research

Cochrane reviews about urine incontinence

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Broca aphasia: “Non-fluent aphasia”

You can read about the Broca area in the Broca area How a stroke causes the Broca aphasia A full-blown stroke blocks the brain’s blood supply. When…

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Paul Broca who found the Broca's area
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Broca’s area

Paul Broca: Source: Wellcome Collection under the license of CC BY 4.0 Broca’s area plays a very important role in our speech. Prior to 1861,…

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