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Stroke therapy

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Shoulder Exercise: The BEST exercise progression after a stroke - YouTube

Raising the arm is MORE than just “strengthening the shoulder”. There are some foundational movements that are critical to learn BEFORE you can truly “re-lea...

Watch our collection of free neurologic rehabilitation videos. The demonstrations are easy to follow and add to a home exercise program.

Every stroke recovery exercise program should include this exercise to have the BEST arm movement. Here is a link for the black neoprene strap that I use to ...

How to Do Stroke Recovery Exercises (with Pictures) - wikiHow

The most common side-effect of a stroke is muscle weakness and reduced control over an affected body part. As a result, stroke survivors often collaborate with physical therapists in order to restore control and strength by undergoing...

How do you regain arm movement after a stroke? - YouTube

Spasticity in the arm causes muscles in the arm to work together (in a not good way :)). The hand and wrist will often flex when attempting to move the shoul...

Hand therapy putty exercises are a great way to regain dexterity in your hand with a simple, affordable accessory. How Much Should I Exercise? To regain hand movement after stroke, you need to exercise your affected hand repetitively on a consistent basis. The more you repeat the exercises, the faster you’ll regain movement. If you’re worried that...

Hand therapy putty exercises can help you regain strength and dexterity in your hand with a simple, affordable accessory. Before we dig into the exercises, we will discuss how to get the most of your hand putty exercises. Getting the Best Results from Hand Putty Exercises Hand therapy putty exercises are a great way to … Helpful Hand Therapy Putty Exercises + Free PDF Read More »

If you're an acute care OT, you will likely work with clients affected by stroke. Be prepared by using these four strategies for stroke in acute care.

If you're an acute care OT, you will likely work with clients affected by stroke. Be prepared by using these four strategies for stroke in acute care.

Four Things for OTs to Remember with CVA/Stroke Patients >> If you provide therapy services across both inpatient and outpatient to patients recovering from stroke, it’s helpful to remember these four things during the time you have with a patient before their final discharge from therapy. | Occupational Therapy Tips | OT & Stroke

Four Things for OTs to Remember with CVA/Stroke Patients >> If you provide therapy services across both inpatient and outpatient to patients recovering from stroke, it’s helpful to remember these four things during the time you have with a patient before their final discharge from therapy. | Occupational Therapy Tips | OT & Stroke

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