A Complete Approach to Stroke Rehabilitation

Stroke occurs when blood flow is lost in the brain. When blood flow is blocked or lost, localized damage occurs. Stroke symptoms vary depending on the severity and location of the damage, but typically may include:

  • Weakness or partial paralysis, usually on one side of the body
  • Speech and swallowing difficulties
  • Trouble with balance, walking and movement 
  • Difficulty grasping and using the affected hand

Stroke symptoms often respond to rehabilitation treatment. A careful therapy plan targeting strength, skill and speech improvement can help bring the stroke victim to the fullest potential of recovery and function.

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