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Working Together for a Bigger Impact webinar presented by Janine Mazabob, Stroke Coordinator at CHI St. Luke’s Health, and Anna Taylor, Director, Awareness and Professional Programs at National Stroke Association, will offer helpful information and tips for successful stroke awareness campaigns. The presentation will focus on: Reasons why stroke awareness is important How to get […]

Despite evidence-based guidelines for managing atrial fibrillation, or Afib, and estimates that two-thirds of Afib-related strokes can be avoided, serious gaps continue to exist between clinical knowledge and practice, leaving patients at risk for disabling strokes. A collaborative survey between National Stroke Association, Heart Rhythm Society, and Boehringer Ingelheim uncovered a critical need to break […]

MusicGlove is a fun and effective rehabilitation device that helps restore hand function for individuals with stroke, spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), or other neurologic injuries. MusicGlove treatment motivates users to exercise through our custom therapy based music game. This makes it easy to perform the large number of repetitions needed to […]

Drug Dangers goal is to keep the public educated and informed of all defective medical devices and dangerous medications that are currently on the market. As an online resource sponsored by Seeger Weiss LLP, Drug Dangers strives to provide accurate, relevant medical information all in one place. Under the unfortunate circumstance that you or a […]

It’s a step backwards, isn’t it? It seems to go against the natural progression of rehabilitation. At least that’s what everyone said. But what exactly happens if we do not follow this road? Who decides what is the right direction? Is this journey the same for everyone? It always puzzled me. One of the first […]

There are some great tips from David for StrokeNetworks April newsletter involving: *Tools and Tricks for the Stroke Survivor *Dressing, clothes and closets *Showers, baths *Stairs and walkways *Scissors: *Kitchen *Click Here for the Article in the April 2015 newsletter.

Message from National Stroke Association: Reserve your spot today! What is the most common atypical symptom associated with missing a diagnosis of acute stroke? Headaches…join Edward Jauch, MD, and David Liebeskind, MD, on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 1 p.m. EDT as they provide the most current information on Acute Stroke: Missed Diagnosis. During the […]

When you become a caregiver, you can be overwhelmed by well-meaning family and friends as well as your own needs. By managing their concerns and offers of help, you can create a support system that helps you in difficult times. Read On

The ultimate goal is not to replace the need for therapy, but rather to enhance its effectiveness. Across the different areas of the healthcare industry, there has been a shift towards patient care rooted in technology – be it in the emergency department, the laboratory, the operating room and even in the different therapies. In […]