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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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A simple mirror trick you can do at home might improve the function of your arm

Mirrors – used for years in magic tricks, special effects, and optical illusions. Now they are being used as part of physical therapy. A recent 2017 Chinese study proved that mirror therapy (MT) has a moderate effect in improving arm functionality in stroke patients during rehabilitation when compared to other conventional therapies. Mirrors can also…

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Watch this video, listen to the music – this is how you can heal the brain one note at a time

Hans Christian Andersen once said, “where words fail, music speaks.” This resonates especially with stroke patients engaging in music therapy! Most people love to listen to music. Many have even played a musical instrument, sang in a choir, or learned to dance to a melody. Now stroke patients can use their love for music to…

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A new study came up with an amazing way to boost recovery: replaying movements in your mind

Physical rehabilitation is a critical element to regaining the ability to move and perform everyday activities following a stroke. However, severely injured patients might experience little to no ability to move affected limbs. This greatly hampers their potential for recovery. With these patients in mind, doctors and researchers have looked for other options to jump-start…

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