Stroke RecoveryWhy Are Repetitive Motions Important After a Stroke?
Stroke survivors face a unique and difficult challenge: repairing and remodeling their bodies, minds, and lives. The process can often seem like mapping out a brand new course through totally uncharted waters.
Cerebral Palsy RehabMovement and Strength of Children with Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral palsy is defined as non-progressive lesions or damages in the brain at or before birth, leading to impairments in movement and posture.
Neuroplasticity4 Tips for Combating Hemiplegia Using the Power of the Brain
Consider functional things that you can do with your affected side. Get out of the habit of moving your affected side with your "good" or non-affected side.