parkinsons diseaseWhy Exercise is Vital For Combating Parkinson's Disease
Exercise is beneficial for everyone, but when it comes to Parkinson’s, exercise can not only help improve both motor and non-motor symptoms, it can also create a neuroprotective effect.
Stroke RecoveryHow Can I Regain Hand Function After a Stroke?
Many stroke survivors notice that the hand takes the longest to recover after a stroke. This may become very frustrating for many. However, there are two main techniques and exercises that can help speed the recovery of the hand up!
multiple sclerosisWhy is Energy Conservation Important for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is an autoimmune disease that causes the body’s immune system to interfere with the way our brain sends messages to our body.
Electrical StimulationHow Can Electrical Stimulation Help After a Stroke?
Electrical stimulation therapy consists of taking electrodes and attaching them on to the skin over a muscle. Once the electrical stimulation unit is activated, it sends electrical currents to the muscle causing it to contract.
stroke survivor storyStroke Recovery Stories - Ella's Story
Ella is a personal development blogger, habit coach, motivational speaker, and stroke thriver.
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.
multiple sclerosisWhat is Multiple Sclerosis and How Can an Exercise Routine Help?
Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that causes the body’s immune system to attack the central nervous system.
stroke recovery and rehabilitationTips on How to Choose the Best Neofect Device for People With Stroke
NEOFECT rehabilitation devices close the gap between what we know from current stroke research and what is happening in actual life.
stroke recovery and rehabilitationHow Can I Increase My Shoulder Strength and Decrease Pain After a Stroke?
It is important to start doing therapeutic exercises as soon as your doctor clears you to after a stroke. Many people may experience shoulder weakness which can lead to shoulder pain.
stroke survivor storyStroke Recovery Stories - Patricia's Story
While cooking dinner at age 48, Patricia Smith felt a funny feeling go up her arm. After disregarding it and having it happen several more times, she knew that something was wrong.
stroke recovery and rehabilitationHow to Quickly Recover After Stroke
Stroke recovery is different for every person. After someone survives a stroke their recovery starts day one and can continue for several years. The severity of the stroke impacts how a person’s recovery will go.
hypertensionWhy is Maintaining a Healthy Blood Pressure Important?
Maintaining a healthy blood pressure is very important because the higher your blood pressure is the higher your chances of having health issues are. All of your body's important organs, such as your brain and heart, receive nutrients and oxygen through your blood flow.
stroke recovery storiesStroke Recovery Stories - Using Smart Glove for E-Stim
After experiencing a stroke, Glen was searching for alternative therapy options after he ran out of resources with his outpatient rehabilitation. The Smart Glove resonated with him because this at-home stroke rehabilitation device reinforces exercises and habits that stimulate Neuroplasticity.
numbness after stroke treatmentAre There Treatments For Numbness After a Stroke?
Many stroke survivors experience numbness in their affected limbs. This makes it very hard for stroke survivors to be functional with their affected limbs. Luckily, stroke survivors have the ability to overcome the numbness.
Spinal Cord InjuryDifference Between a Complete Spinal Cord Injury and Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
Spinal cord injuries can happen in a variety of ways, whether that’s through a traumatic injury or a disease acquired at birth or later in life. These types of injuries result in damage to the spinal cord. The spinal cord doesn’t have to be cut in order to have a loss of function.