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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 robot that can help in stroke recovery – is that really possible?

The best way to improve arm weakness after a stroke is to engage in repetitive movements with the affected arm. Studies show that more exercise leads to better results. Recovery of motor function correlates directly with a better quality of life and overall well-being in stroke survivors. Traditionally, patients work with a physical therapist to…

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Less intense therapy over a longer period of time proves more effective in treating aphasia after stroke

Often people who experience left-hemisphere strokes become impaired in the ability to communicate and understand language; a condition termed aphasia. Regaining language skills requires extensive rehabilitation over a long time. Stroke patients and their caregivers know that therapy is the key to recovery. But they might not know what the best treatment strategy is. There…

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The future is here: hook your brain up to a robot to assist your hand

What if robots could read your mind? That seems to be the future of stroke rehabilitation and therapy. Russian researchers are working on a new and exciting treatment that could potentially help stroke patients regain better motor function than ever before. This exciting new technology uses robot-assisted therapy combined with a brain-computer interface (BCI) that…

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