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Ready for a new approach to your stroke rehabilitation? Join the patients who have already seen remarkable results using our 6-week courses on walking and arm/hand improvements. Scientifically-backed exercises designed specifically for stroke survivors.

You have enough to think about after having a stroke, that’s why Strokemark takes the guesswork out of what you should be doing to compliment your rehabilitation. Research shows that almost all stroke patients could do more than just their regular rehab, so we’ve come up with a plan that you can do at home in between your scheduled appointments. We want you to reach your full recovery potential.

Our scientifically-backed program supports you on your journey. Whether you’re a stroke survivor or caregiver, our app gives you a clear plan for each day and explains why the exercises are important. You’ll feel good knowing what you need to be doing and why it works.

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Just published: a case study of magnetic therapy and an amazing recovery 6 years after stroke

A recent case study revealed a potential new therapy to help chronic stroke patients regain arm or hand mobility. The therapy is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS uses magnetic pulses over a person’s head to change electrical activity deep inside the brain. This technology has been used to treat many psychiatric conditions such as depression.…

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Read this amazing aphasia recovery case – patient regains almost 100% pre-stroke spelling ability

Communicating with aphasia can be tough. Patients might only see slow progress. But a case study from John Hopkins University can ignite the hope of those with this language impairment. The case study The study looked at a 57-year old man with chronic aphasia who regained almost 100% of his pre-stroke spelling ability. This improvement…

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New evidence: transient ischemic attack (TIA) may not be transient at all, but there’s a lot you can do about it

A recently published study from the Netherlands suggests that transient ischemic attacks (TIA), or mini-strokes, may leave more long-lasting damage than previously thought. If your doctor told you that your stroke was “transient”, you may be misinformed. Lead researcher Dr. Frank Rooij analyzed brain imaging on TIA patients. He found that almost a third of…

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