Stroke and Young Adult (SAYA) Program at Tufts Medical Center


Help needed to learn more about stroke and young adults. Can you share your story? post by David Dansereau,MSPT Know-Stroke.org A stroke is devastating at any age.  When you are forced to deal with a stroke at a young age, there are many additional challenges during your recovery.  From getting back your independence, restoring your identity and …

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Did you grab this FREE About Herbs App?


A Guide to Botanicals,Supplements, Complementary Therapies and More If you are on our Know-Stroke.org Member News List you already received this free About Herbs app link.  I wanted to also share this information with my stroke community here so you don't miss this resource.  I've learned from our Smart Moves Webinars that many stroke survivors often have …

First AHA/ASA Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation Guidelines


On May 4th in their publication Stroke,  the The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) for the first time issued guidelines on stroke rehabilitation and recovery.  This scientific statement on rehabilitation is the 8th set of stroke guidelines from the American Stroke Association, and these guidelines focusing on recovery are the last of the association's recommendations for …

Body in Balance Principles Help in Recovery


The following is a recent 5 Star Review of Body in Balance on Amazon I've adopted the simple diet an exercise principles outline in the book and used them to fuel my obsession to get better. -March 21, 2016 By Eddie This review is from: Body in Balance: Bare Naked Truth on Nutrition Fitness and Food Policies …

What a Boston Marathon Finish!


Congratulations to all the athletes that achieved their goals and completed today's  120th Boston Marathon.  What a finish especially in the men's wheelchair race with Marcel Hug from Switzerland finishing first again this year with a time of 1:24:01.  Hug was able to hold off ten-time champion Ernst Van Dyk of South Africa and Kurt Fearnley …

Canadian Stroke Survivors Weigh In


Stroke Survivors Bring Great Benefit to Shaping Research Surviving a stroke is a really confusing experience (to say the least), and unless you have lived through it you can't really understand the complexity of the situation you are faced with.  When I read about great work that is being done to give stroke survivors a better …