Why is cardio-respiratory training in stroke so important?

2021-12-16T05:13:41+00:00

Why is cardio-respiratory training in stroke so necessary? By Marlou Tacugue, Exercise Physiologist (EP) The facts One Australian every 19 minutes experienced a stroke for the first time in their lives in 2020. Alarmingly, the Stroke Foundation states that more than 80% of all strokes could have been prevented with lifestyle [...]

Why is cardio-respiratory training in stroke so important?2021-12-16T05:13:41+00:00

Dizziness after Stroke

2021-11-29T05:00:58+00:00

Dizziness after stroke. A stroke can affect the parts of the brain which control your vestibular system. This system helps maintain balance and eye movements and includes specific areas of your brain and inner ear. Problems with any parts of the vestibular system can cause dizziness, nausea, [...]

Dizziness after Stroke2021-11-29T05:00:58+00:00

For stroke victims in Sydney new breakthrough program hands up is turning rehab into a game.

2021-11-05T00:52:20+00:00

For stroke victims in Sydney new breakthrough program hands up is turning rehab into a game. What is Hands Up? Our breakthrough stroke therapy program, HANDS UP INTENSIVE, has launched in St, Leonards, Sydney. This is the first program of its kind in Australia to employ such a high-tech boot [...]

For stroke victims in Sydney new breakthrough program hands up is turning rehab into a game.2021-11-05T00:52:20+00:00

Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain After Stroke

2021-11-05T00:52:39+00:00

Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain After Stroke Good shoulder stability is a prerequisite for practical hand function and performing multiple tasks involving reaching, ambulation, and activities of daily living. A common sequela of stroke is hemiplegic shoulder pain, with some studies reporting an incidence of 84%. The usual onset is 2-3 months [...]

Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain After Stroke2021-11-05T00:52:39+00:00

Vertebral Artery Dissection

2021-11-05T00:53:41+00:00

Vertebral Artery Dissection The vertebral arteries. The vertebral arteries and internal carotids are the two main pairs of arteries that supply blood to the brain, which in conjunction with the communicating arteries, form the circulation network known as the ‘Circle of Willis’. The arrangement of the brain’s arteries into the [...]

Vertebral Artery Dissection2021-11-05T00:53:41+00:00
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