Takeaways from the American Stroke Association’s ISC 2020


Part 1: Networking for Stroke Survivors Now that the International Stroke Conference  (ISC20) has come and gone, I’m in major “catch up” mode back at home.  David Dansereau at ISC20 Los Angeles Convention Center Anyone who knows me and has been following my stroke blog knows that this was not my first trip to LA […]

Caroline Goggin’s Stroke Story


Please watch Thursday at 5pm- local Channel 12 Providence Caroline has a powerful story to tell about her recent stroke. Please watch Thursday Feb. 20th and share! If you missed it, the replay is now on WPRI12! https://twitter.com/CarolineGoggin/status/1229566928127250432?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Thanks for telling your story @CarolineGoggin @wpri12 !

What Bothers You Most About Stroke?


WE WANT TO KNOW What caused your stroke? Do you know? Every year, about 200,000 stroke survivors leave the hospital without an answer to this question.  They are told their stroke was cryptogenic, or without a known cause. Strokes of unknown cause, or cryptogenic strokes, account for about 1/3 of all strokes. Not knowing what […]

Please help us achieve 2020 focus on stroke


Take our survey today! We Are Ready to Listen! I know you’re busy, so I’ll be brief.  We are working on a new digital platform for stroke recovery and we want to hear from you!  We’ll use your answers for the planning and development of the most requested platform features.  Here’s a brief description of […]

What learning about gait speed tells us: Start Moving Early and Don’t Slow Down!


Posting on Know-Stroke.org as this topic of gait and mobility and getting people moving early as a primary prevention strategy for stroke and all co-morbidities is always part of my education as a health professional.  Perhaps after you read this study you’ll agree we should be prescribing a walking quota with our therapeutic exercise prescriptions, […]

Best Wishes to Tedy’s Team at 2019 Boston Marathon!


Good luck to everyone running Boston tomorrow!  Special shout out and best wishes to the 2019 Boston Marathon runners on Tedy’s Team!  @tedysteam   Thank You for Supporting Stroke Awareness and Survivorship! #WeSurviveWeRun  #Boston2019  We’ll be cheering for you ! NEVER GIVE UP @tedysteam Related post- Thank you 2018 Boston Marathon Fans

Share Your Body in Balance Review!


Let Me Know if I’ve Helped You Improve Your Health Reviews like this are why I continue to make improvements and add new features to my book.  I’m working on collecting the final beta group results from my new health coaching course build on the concepts from my book Body in Balance as well as […]

Early Education and Understanding Risks are Keys to Reducing Stroke Rates in Young Adults


According to a new study published recently in The New England Journal of Medicine, globally, one in four people over age 25 is now at risk for stroke during their lifetime. The growing burden of stroke on young adults Surveys mentioned in the study indicate the global burden of stroke has been increasing, and the prevention of […]

Stroke Resources: My articles archived from Stroke Smart Magazine


Over the years I’ve written articles on stroke recovery, goal setting, rehabilitation, prevention, and stroke awareness.  Some of those articles were written for Stroke Smart Magazine.     Here’s My Article on Setting Smart Goals after a Stroke featured in Stroke Smart Magazine’s Ask the Expert Column: https://t.co/QPtPM23U6Z — David Dansereau MSPT (@PTcoach) October 17, […]

Who is using the ComeBack Strong App for Stroke Recovery?


To share your feedback privately, especially if you have news of any updates to this app, please contact me here or post publically in the comments below if you’d like to share! ComeBackStrong App Review Update: In a previous post, I reviewed the National Stroke Association’s App, ComeBack Strong,  for helping stroke survivors and their caregivers […]