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You may know it from art or architecture, but it is very prominent in rehabilitation too

Doctors and therapists know that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ treatment for stroke patients. Each patient is unique, and therefore, each rehabilitation process is unique. Because of this, most treatment is made up of an eclectic approach. Just like great artists and architects dared to combine traditional styles in this eclectic approach to create something unique.…

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Planning your rehabilitation? Be SMART and take a proactive approach

A panel of 13 leading clinicians and researchers from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia came together late last year to look at the rehabilitation of spastic paresis. Spastic paresis is a movement disorder that might influence gravely the quality of life of stroke patients. These scientists devised a more patient-centered and comprehensive approach to treating this…

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