Stroke therapy

@pogi253 (1587)
August 10, 2011 6:56pm CST
A stroke is occasionally referred to as a brain assault and it directly affects the health of the brain. By closing down and pathways connecting the brain and various parts of the body, a stroke may also circuitously affect a patient's speech or the movement of an arm or leg. While a bad stroke can leave an individual motionless and in need of support from a close network of people, through stroke therapy exercises that combine physical, psychological, and occupational exercises it is possible to recover independence and take some control back. Physical exercise is strongly encouraged in order to rebuild strength in injured limbs. It helps to evade muscle plasticity and can also aid in rejuvenating strength and balance. While an arm or leg may at first be useless following a stroke, it is vital to continue exercising in order to try and support movement and also to build other muscles that may be required during therapy.
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@neildc (17253)
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
12 Aug 11
my wife's mom had physical and occupational and psychological exercises after having a stroke years back. we're glad that half of her body parts functioned back after sometimes. unfortunately, she had another ailment that made her quit life.