In order to maximize your stroke recovery efforts, it’s important to get the right care at the right time. You should also closely follow the guidance of your stroke rehabilitation provider team and be diligent about doing the work needed on your own as well. Timeline of stroke recovery Anticipating a reasonable stroke recovery timeline […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdCJVmAShrIThe MyoPro is the only device that, sensing an individuals EMG signals through non-invasive sensors on the arm, can help the patient improve their arms and hands so that they participate in activities of dally living. In this video I share my experiences with the Staff at Myomo.
I was 54 when I had my stroke in 2020 and then on June 5th I had a left side ischemic stroke on the left side of my brain which left my right side completely paralyzed and left me unable to move and unable to speak.
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I am passionate about helping stroke survivors lead a more independent life through stroke rehabilitation. I instruct many clients in stroke rehabilitation techniques to challenge and beat their limitations and expectations..
https://youtu.be/q4Z4qVEL2ckI have returned to Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapy for the last 2 and 1/2 months and wanted to provide an update on how everything is going. For the last 2 years plus I actually got complacent but no more. Recovery is absolutely possible if you work hard every single day.
https://youtu.be/8ZML5jxW8a0Paul and Jerry discuss Aphasia. Aphasia is a disease that impacts a person’s ability to communicate normally, making it difficult for them to speak, write, and understand verbal and written language. As the disease progresses, it can become frustrating to the affected person, as well as their family and friends. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and […]
https://youtu.be/XD9YpXlhAvEI am Cathie Austin. I was a speech language pathologist at the hospital. Three years ago I have a stroke with aphasia and apraxia. Don’t give up!
https://youtu.be/QS8c9ZVQ6BsI am 37 and 12 years ago was in a car accident that left me with numerous broken bones and in ICU for 2+ months. I woke up from an induced coma to learn I suffered a stroke after the accident. I had to learn to walk, talk, and swallow again. My left arm and […]
https://youtu.be/wBYvCQcC67I Jerry Wald, Salud Salinda and Chandra Reum will be chatting with the audience about our therapies, your therapies and daily routines.