Rehabilitation ExerciseWhat are Good Exercises for Stroke Patient?
Regular home-training or exercises are beneficial for the patient’s physical and mental health.
Fine Motor Skill3 Ways to Recover Hand Motion Following Stroke
Find out 3 ways to recover fine motor skills after stroke. Smart Pegboard helps stroke patients regain fine motor skills by providing repetitive exercises, fine motor control exercises, and repetitive task specific training.
Rehabilitation at HomeWhy You Should Start In-Home Rehabilitation
Due to physical and economic constraints, having access to long term rehabilitation may not be possible. What is the alternative?
TelehealthPost Stroke Rehabilitation: What Does Telehealth Have to Do with It?
A recent study about post-stroke rehabilitation reported that individuals who had experienced a stroke, saw as much improvement in their mobility through telerehabilitation sessions. Meet RAPAEL post-stroke rehabilitation solutions.
Serious GameThe Latest Way of Stroke Rehab: Serious games
One of the latest way of stroke rehabilitation is serious games. Find out how NEOFECT Smart Glove helps patients enjoy games and perform rehabilitation exercise effectively.
NeuroplasticityUsing Brain Plasticity to Supercharge Your Brain for Stroke Recovery
About Characteristics of Plasticity, Ways To Harness Plasticity, How Exactly Does Plasticity Improve the Mind, and Maintaining Plasticity
Neuro RehabilitationWhy Neuro-Rehabilitation is Necessary for Stroke Patients
Daniel Wolpert said, "The brain was made not to think but to achieve complex, adapted movements." Do you know why he said like this?
Daily RehabilitationStroke Rehabilitation Exercises at Home | Neofect Smart Rehab Solutions
Meet home-based rehabiltation solutions and training programs such as stroke rehabilitation exercises at home at the RAPAEL Home Blog.
Daily RehabilitationLeft Side Stroke: The Reason Why People Should Use Their Affected Side
Find out the reason why right or left side stroke patients should use their affected side. RAPAEL Smart Rehabilitation Solutions are developed to help left side stroke and hemiplegic patients train their affected side.
Daily RehabilitationElectrical Stimulation + Smart Glove Program Yields Promising Results
New research accepted for publication by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehab with Functional Electrical Stimulation Improves Function After Stroke
Mirror NeuronMirror Neurons And Stroke Rehabilitation Training
Mirror Neurons for stroke rehabilitation Have you ever experienced contagious yawning? There must have been a time when you saw someone yawning with his mouth open wide and unconsciously did the same. You may also have experienced your face mimicking the expressions or the slight muscle movements in the face of the person sitting and talking before you. Just like the reflections in a mirror. Such phenomena occur involuntarily regardless of our will. Whether involuntary or voluntary, the contraction of the muscles and the occurrence of such movement indicate that the associated motor program has been executed in our central nervous system. What is the reason behind the phenomenon of unconsciously mimicking the movements of another person? Mirror neurons are what provide us with the explanation in a neurophysiological approach. Mirror neurons refer to the nerve cells that are activated once you observe someone else practicing a certain movement, or when you make the same movement of your own. The name was given because of its resemblance to the reflection in a mirror. This mirror neuron, considered to be the most groundbreaking discovery in the history of neuroscience, was first discovered in 1995 by Giacomo Rizzolatti, who is known as Einstein of Italy as the neuroscientist of the University of Parma. The existence of the mirror neurons was found by coincidence. In Giacomo Rizzolatti’s laboratory of the University of Parma, a research was conducted on the motor area of a monkey’s brain. After inserting electrodes in the Ventral premotor cortex of the monkey’s cerebrum, the monkey was instructed to eat food with its hand. While the monkey was carrying out the task, the activation of the Ventral premotor cortex in the cerebrum was recorded with sounds of a bell and braille. During the break time of the research, one of the research team members pulled a prank on the monkey by eating some of its food. Then the bell rang and the braille was recorded. Surprised, the researcher reported the case to Giacomo Rizzolatti, who began an in-depth study on such response. He designed three situations as the pictures above and compared the responses of the Ventral premotor cortex in the cerebrum. 1. The response of the Ventral premotor cortex when the monkey watches the movement of another monkey eating the food with its hand 2. The response of the Ventral premotor cortex when the monkey watches the movement of a human eating the food with his hand 3. The response of the Ventral premotor cortex when the monkey makes the movement of eating the food with its hand Results of the comparison showed that the brain activity was similar for all three cases. With such finding as he basis, Giacomo Rizzolatti announced that within the motor area of the Ventral premotor cortex in the cerebrum exists the mirror neuron, which responses and becomes active just by watching the movement of another being. Based on the research, a mirror may be adopted in the process of stroke rehabilitation training. For example, if you place a mirror before you when walking, you can check whether your legs are symmetrical, enabling you to observe and assess your manner of walking over a long period of time. There are many cases of when the adoption of mirrors in the rehabilitation training helps in better control of movements in the affected side (the part suffering from hemiplegia due to stroke, the part of greater difficulty in movement), because watching yourself in the mirror makes it easier for you to concentrate on your movements. *Neofect Home Inquiry: -www.neofect.com [https://www.neofect.com/us] -Phone: (888) 623-8984 [tel:+18886238984]
Digital RehabUsing Games for Healthcare: A Focus on Stroke Rehab
Gamification is currently being applied in healthcare area, aiding patients and users to remain healthy.
Stroke Rehab4 Fresh Ideas for Your Stroke Rehab Program
Discover four ways to spice up your stroke rehab program. (Mild) stroke rehab program doesn't have to be boring anymore! Find options like the Smart Board, Smart Glove or Smart Pegboard that turn your rehab into a game.
Rehabilitation at HomeStroke Rehab at Home Every Day With Artificial Intelligence
You must be new to home rehabilitation! We’ll guide you through stroke rehabilitation training #At_Home!
Rehabilitation Training3 Reasons Why Rehabilitation Treatment and Training are Needed After Stroke
Learn why you need stroke treatment and rehabilitation training. The only way to make you return to your daily lives is continuous rehabilitation training after suffering strokes or brain injury.