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.
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,
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.
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 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 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.
stroke recovery and rehabilitationAre 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.
Robotic HandIs Biofeedback or a Robotic Hand Better for Rehabilitation After Stroke: a Therapist's Perspective
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. The residual physical effects of the loss of brain cells will depend on the area of the brain that was affected.
Stroke RehabHow the NEOFECT Smart Glove Stroke Rehab Device Aids in Stroke Recovery
The NEOFECT Smart Glove is a stroke rehab device to help stroke survivors regain functionality in their hands and arms.
NeuroplasticityCan E-Stim Help Jumpstart Your Outpatient Stroke Rehabilitation?
Gentle electrical stimulation(Estim) has been used for years in therapy clinics to help retrain the connections between the brain and the body.
Neuroplasticity5 Ways Brain Games For Stroke Rehabilitation Can Increase Brain Health
Did you know games can help increase your brain health? We think that’s pretty cool too! Keep reading to find out how...
NeuroplasticityAll about the Brain: Brain Structure, Common Diseases, and Injury Prevention
The brain may be small but it is the most important organ in human body. Let's see how to prevent various brain injuries.
AI RehabStroke Rehab: What Does Technology Have to Do With It?
Gamified stroke rehab solution motivates patients to repeat movements in the upper extremities to rewire brain itself to increase range of motion and strength.
Stroke RehabStroke Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation training can help improve the quality and degree of movement that is affected related to stroke.