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A comprehensive guide to Strokes, written by a medical professional for non-medical readers. Answers questions such as What is a stroke?, Who is at risk for a stroke?, Can strokes be prevented? Also provides information and resources for stroke patients and their caregivers.
Submitted by Suzanne Maxwell Ryan, RN, BSN
Tags strokes · mini-strokes · transient ischemic attack · cerebral hemorrhage · prevention · treatment · statistics · symptoms · aphasia
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At-home stroke therapy software to help stroke survivors regain the skills needed to perform every day activities more idependently. Designed by physical therapists.
Submitted by Nicole Pauly
Tags therapy · stroke therapy · physical therapy · core:tx · coretx · hemiplegia · stroke survivor · 
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A periodic update regarding important stroke-related information, written by a stroke neurologist, in easy to understand language. It also includes useful stroke-related links for the expert and lay-person.
Tags stroke · stroke prevention · stroke treatment · acute stroke · tia · transient ischemic attack · subarachnoid hemorrhage
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Callisto Medical has the only freestanding hyperbaric chamber in Denver, Colorado. We have worked with clients that have had anything from Autism to Strokes and had tremendous success in increasing their quality of life. In medical journals around the world it has been published that stroke victims have used HBOT to find relief from many chronic problems caused by strokes. HBOT uses increased pressure while breathing 100% oxygen to increase the blood oxygen levels which then delivers more oxygen... [More]
Submitted by Avery Mason
Tags stroke · medical · assistance · care · hyperbaric · oxygen · therapy · mental · health
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This program is located in Ann Arbor, Mich. and offers stroke survivors an intensive stroke rehabilitation experience, rapid recovery, and hope.
Submitted by Walter Kraft
Tags aphasia
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The MOTOmed is a motorized movement therapy machine which has been especially developed for neurological patients suffering from MS, stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, etc..
Submitted by Kathrin Stauch
Tags exercise · paralysis · cycle trainer · passive movement · spasm
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My adventures through rehab following a coma caused by a brainstem stroke
Submitted by Robert Smith
Tags coma · stroke · brainstem · rehabilitation
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A recount of the events when I suffered a very serious stroke. The rehabilitation and growth since the stroke. Some useful stroke information
Submitted by Robert Smith
Tags stroke · rehabilitation · disability
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A home therapy video program developed by a speech-language pathologist for individuals with expressive aphasia caused by a stroke or other neurological disorder.
Submitted by Kimberly Robbins
Tags stroke · aphasia · video · therapy
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A home therapy video program produced by a speech-language pathologist for individuals with expressive aphasia caused by stroke or other neurological disorder.
Submitted by Kimberly Robbins
Tags stroke · aphasia · video · therapy
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support group for stroke survivors and families
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Top \ Stroke \ Stroke Repair
University of Maryland Medicine's Maryland Stroke Center is a pioneer in patient care and research. This hospital is the first in the state to receive designation as a Primary Stroke Center.
Submitted by Janet Sanford
Tags maryland stroke center · brain attack · university of maryland medicine
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Constraint Induced Movement Therapy or CI therapy is an exciting therapeutic approach developed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) by Dr Edward Taub and collaborators that has its origin in the treatment of learned non-use for the affected arm or leg after stroke. CI therapy is a new set of treatment techniques that data from placebo-controlled studies have indicated can substantially reduce the incapacitating motor deficit of the affected arm or leg of many patients with chronic ... [More]
Submitted by Mary Bowman
Tags ci therapy · stroke rehabilitation · taub · upper extremity · lower extremity
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The Montgomery County Stroke Association, Inc.(MCSA) is a non-profit organization run by and for stroke survivors and their caregivers. We have 3 chapters in Montgomery County, MD. Visit our website to learn more about the programs and activities we provide. Throughout our 24 year history, we have never charged membership dues or mailing list fees.
Submitted by Janet M. Gritz, MA, CCC-SLP
Tags stroke survivor · caregiver support · stroke club
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More than one million Americans have acquired aphasia – a greater number of people than have cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or muscular dystrophy. Aphasia, which impairs the ability to speak, understand speech, read and/or write, affects about 25 to 40% of stroke survivors. Because of the disconnect between their ability to think and their inability to communicate, people with aphasia often become extremely frustrated, depressed, and isolated.

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Submitted by Joan Peters
Tags aphasia · stroke · communication disorder
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