Home RehabOutpatient Rehab: Outpatient or At-Home Therapy
About 2/3 of stroke survivors receive rehabilitation services. Depending on the level of medical care required, a patient can receive inpatient, outpatient, or home therapy.
NeuroplasticityTips for Unlocking Neuroplasticity After Stroke Part 1
It is impossible to fully reverse stroke damage, current research has shown that the brain is capable of relearning lost skills even years after a stroke through a process called Neuroplasticity.
brain aneurysmWhat is a Brain Aneurysm?
A brain aneurysm is when one has a bulge in a blood vessel located in the brain. A brain aneurysm can burst or leak and when that happens it can cause a hemorrhagic stroke.
stroke recovery and rehabilitationThe Importance of Setting Up a Post Stroke Routine
Having a daily routine helps us create habits to meet our goals. After a stroke, organizing your day in a way that works for you will help you stay focused on your stroke rehab and recovery.
In the United States alone, more than 6.5 million people have experienced and lived through a stroke. More than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke every year, and our objective is to help those survivors and their families through providing resources, information, tools,
SpasticitySpasticity and Stroke
A stroke is caused by either a blockage of a blood vessel or bleeding in or around the brain, which results in a lack of oxygen to the brain and the death of brain cells.
NeuroplasticityUsing the NEOFECT Smart Glove to Maximize Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is used to treat people with Hemiplegia by constraining or restricting movement of the non-affected hand to force a person to use their affected hand.
parkinsons diseaseWhat's the Difference Between Resting Tremor and Essential Tremor and How to Manage Them With Parkinson's Disease?
A tremor is a rhythmic shakiness of a body part due to involuntary muscle contractions. This can happen when the body is resting or can happen when the body begins to move.
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.
NeuroplasticityHow 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 recovery and rehabilitationTips on How to Choose the Best NEOFECT Device for Your Condition
NEOFECT rehabilitation devices provide intensity and repetition of specific motor movements for neuroplasticity, maintaining range of motion, and increasing strength and endurance.
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.