Can a Stroke Come and Go?


Transient ischemic attack (TIA, Mini-Stroke): A neurological event with the signs and symptoms of a stroke, but which go away within a short period of time. A mild stroke or a TIA is a warning and should not be ignored! “What Should I Do?” Take Immediate Action! A Glenn, your question posted in our comments about a […]

Study Results Confirm Telehealth Provides an Effective Means of Home Stroke Rehabilitation


Activity-based training produced substantial gains in arm motor function regardless of whether it was provided via home-based telerehabilitation or traditional in-clinic rehabilitation. The findings of this study, reported in June 24 JAMA Neurology, suggest that telerehabilitation has the potential to substantially increase access to rehabilitation therapy on a large scale. New Digita Course! Coming to […]

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

Cut out the “Fake Stuff” to Reduce Stroke Risks


Diet Sodas Linked to Increased Stroke Risks in Women Nutrition advice for reducing stroke risks now includes dropping diet sodas and the sugar substitutes commonly found on their labels according to recent research conducted on 81,714 women 50 and older over 12 years. The American Heart Association, which published the study in its journal Stroke, […]

Dogs save owner having a stroke


Ring doorbell captures the dogs escape as they run to alert a neighbor for help The power of our pets! Great story which appeared in the news today of a quick response and good outcome as everyone, including the stroke survivors dogs, acted FAST!   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbgBLAippDM   Learn more about Ring Doorbells on Amazon    

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, […]

Can Apple’s New Watch Series 4 Help With Reducing Strokes?


The Apple Watch 4 that was revealed earlier this week at the latest Apple Event will include electrocardiogram testing, often referred to as an ECG.  This test is how medical professionals check the electricity in a patient’s heart.  With this new innovation, Apple has demonstrated they are making a big move into marketing the smartwatch […]

Run to Support Stroke Awareness with Tedy’s Team


Boston 2019 ? I’m tempted, that’s all I can say.  Earlier this week the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) announced they have started to open registration for the 2019 Boston Marathon. My joints are still achy, my training time is limited, but something is still calling me to go back and try one more time.  Last […]

Get Moving!


Latest Research Reveals: Exercise is Key!   Want to add a few years?  Not just to live longer and improve your lifespan, but to increase your healthspan.  [ Definition: healthspan –the period of a person’s life during which they are generally healthy and free from serious or chronic illness.]  Solution: Get moving!!  Study after study reveals […]