Stronger After Stroke: Your Roadmap to Recovery

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Demos Medical Publishing, Oct 1, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 364 pages
Billions of dollars are spent on stroke-related rehabilitation research and treatment techniques but most are not well communicated to the patient or caregiver. As a result, many stroke survivors are treated with outdated or ineffective therapies. Stronger After Stroke puts the power of recovery in the reader's hands by providing simple to follow instructions for reaching the highest possible level of healing.

Written for stroke survivors, their caregivers, and loved ones, Stronger After Stroke presents a new and more effective treatment philosophy that is startling in its simplicity: stroke survivors recover by using the same learning techniques that anyone uses to master anything. Basic concepts are covered, including:

  • Repetition of task-specific movements
  • Proper scheduling of practice
  • Challenges at each stage of recovery
  • Setting goals and recognizing when they have been achieved

    The book covers the basic techniques that can catapult stroke survivors toward maximum recovery. Stronger After Stroke bridges the gap between stroke survivors and what they desperately need: easily understandable and scientifically accurate information on how to achieve optimal rehabilitation.


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    Peter G Levine is a researcher, author, clinician, and instructor. He is the author of Stronger After Stroke, co-author of dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles about recovery from brain injury, and an academic and invited instructor helping clinicians and brain-injury survivors leverage brain plasticity for recovery.

    Pete was a Research Associate at both the Department of PM&R University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, and a consultant at the B.R.A.I.N. Laboratory, located in The Ohio State University Medical Center.

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