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Gaming After Stroke

Gaming After Stroke

One-sided paralysis and weakness experienced by stroke survivors can necessitate occupational or physical therapy services to regain the lost mobility in the arm, hand, and fingers. Even if paralysis subsides, restricted motion, coordination impairments, or shakiness...

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Games that Help Stroke Survivors with Recovery

Games that Help Stroke Survivors with Recovery

Strokes are a Leading Cause of Paralysis and Disability Stroke is the most common neurological disorder in the U.S., with 795,000 strokes per year.[1] Of stroke survivors, 15-30% are permanently disabled and ~20% require institutional care.[2] In survivors 65 years or...

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A Clinician’s Perspective on the IpsiHand

A Clinician’s Perspective on the IpsiHand

As an occupational therapist who has worked over a decade of experience in neuro-rehabilitation services across all continuums of care, I often found myself frustrated when working with chronic stroke survivors who experience hemiparesis with little to no movement. I...

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