Digital RehabTop 3 Benefits of Digital / Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation & Virtual Reality
Learn about top 3 benefits of digital / outpatient stroke rehabilitation and virtual reality. Read more about virtual reality and occupational therapy.
Digital RehabThe Best Way to Record Stroke Rehab Results: Digital rehab
Anything that has not been recorded over time is forgotten. Read this post , if you want to know the best way to record stroke Rehab Result.
RepetitionStroke Therapy and Exercise: Move Early and Often to Increase Function
Move early for your stroke therapy and often to increase function. Learn about effective stroke exercises with Smart Glove and Smart Board packages.
Stroke RecoveryDoes Therapy Dose Really Matter For Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery?
"how often should I be doing my exercises?" This is one of the most frequently asked questions we hear in rehabilitation practice. Find out whether therapy dose is so important or not for stroke rehabilitation and recovery.
Hand Rehabilitation TrainingHow Stroke Patients Can Do Hand Rehabilitation Training by Playing Games at Home
By combining hardware to aid the body movements and software to design appropriate brain therapy program, patients can do hand rehab training continuously.
ALSCan I Exercise With ALS?
Recent studies support that moderate exercise may help maintain muscle strength and enhance quality of life for those with ALS. Read our tips on exercising safely with the condition.
muscle atrophyWhat is Muscle Atrophy and How Can I prevent it?
Muscle atrophy is when the muscle wastes away and is often experienced by patients with stroke. When we don’t use our muscles regularly it causes them to thin out due to lack of active stimulation and exercise.
Hemiplegia vs. Hemiparesis
Hemiplegia and hemiparesis could seem very similar because they sometimes have the same underlying symptoms. However, they have different meanings.
Electrical StimulationWill Electrical Stimulation Help Me Recover from Stroke?
Here are the answers to your questions about electrical stimulation: What is electrical stimulation? What can it be used for after stroke? What other devices can be used? Will e-stim help me recover from stroke?
Stroke LingoStroke Lingo Part 2: Swallowing Changes After Stroke
To continue our discussion about tricky stroke-related terms, let’s talk about some words that relate to swallowing disorders that can occur after a stroke.
Stroke PreventionWarning Signs of Stroke: What to Notice
Have you ever wondered what it may look or feel like when a person is having a stroke? A stroke can happen to anyone at any time; it will not stop to think about whether you are in the middle of something like working, grocery shopping, or driving.
burn treatmentRehabilitation After a Severe Burn: Reducing the Risk of Hand Deformity
Recovering from a second or third degree burn related injury can be a daunting process, especially when our hands are affected. It’s easy to overlook, but the ability or inability to use our hands has deep effects on every area of our lives, from self care to self esteem.
Cerebral Palsy RehabUnderstanding Cerebral Palsy Classification levels
Children with cerebral palsy may be classified as Diplegic, Hemiplegic, Quadriplegic, Dyskinetic, Ataxic or a mixture of these depending on the presentation of their symptoms.
Hemiparesis in childrenHemiparesis in Children: Pitfalls and Rehabilitation Solutions from an Occupational Therapist
If you and your kiddo are starting out in your therapy journey, problems and plateaus will occur. Here are 3 common missteps.