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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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Can home training provide the same results as training in the clinic?

Upper body weakness is a significant hurdle for many patients after stroke, affecting up to 80% of individuals. Recently, mirror therapy has emerged as a novel upper body rehabilitation technique, with current evidence showing promise for stroke patients. Task-specific training is another recommended approach for stroke rehabilitation, emphasizing active, repetitive practice of functional activities. This…

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Combining magnetic stimulation with intensive training can help severe arm problems even in the chronic phase of stroke

We know intense muscle training of the upper body can improve muscle weakness after a stroke. However, this approach is limited to patients with mild-to-moderate stroke since severe stroke patients are typically unable to practice enough to regain movement. Understanding how intense training improves movement after stroke can help us develop therapies for severe stroke patients,…

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Can brain stimulation improve daily activities and arm function?

If you’ve been following Stokemark, you’ve come across Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation or tDCS. This is a form of noninvasive brain stimulation that makes use of low levels of constant current delivered directly into targeted areas of the brain. This technique has been found useful in neurological conditions like stroke. Most effective type of tDCS Although studies have…

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