Next Step Forward: Here’s What You May Have Missed!


Next Step Forward: We Are Growing! Join Us for Week 3 We are passing the half way point this Friday for our Enable Us Next Step Forward Program with our kickoff throughout Stroke Awareness Month. If you missed our program launch announcement you can read about Enable Us here. If you missed a previous session, […]

EnableUs-Next Step Forward Program


Tomorrow is the Day- We are Excited! May 1st marks the launch of the EnableUs Next Step Forward Program. Whether you’re a stroke survivor, caregiver, or care provider this is a special day. May 1st also kicks off Stroke Awareness Month!  Thank you all for choosing to invest your time with us and hopefully we’ll […]

Enable.Us Next Step Forward Program – 2.62 Challenge!


Introducing Our Enable.Us Next Step Forward Program https://youtu.be/CTM091JRUJc Take Our 2.62 Challenge Please Step up so we can all take a Step Forward I’m proud to say I’m one of the Co-Founders of Enable.Us and I’m Inviting YOU to our 2.62 Challenge throughout the Month of May- Stroke Awareness Month. I’m kicking off this challenge […]

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 […]

A new era of digital therapeutics and strategic partnerships could help prioritize the patient


-David Dansereau,MSPT Improving Stroke Outcomes: A new era of digital therapeutics could help prioritize the patient, reduce stroke risks, improve awareness, and innovate with better home recovery and rehabilitation options. One example of this innovation was revealed earlier today when it was announced Pfizer, Fitbit, and Bristol-Myers Squibb will be working on a project together […]

Measuring Gait Speed May Help Predict Stroke Recovery Functional Outcomes


David Dansereau, MSPT for Know-Stroke.org According to a recent study published in Stroke, a journal of the American Stroke Association (ASA), and summarized on September 26,1019 in Stroke News Release by the AHA/ASA,   a walking speed of more than 3 feet per second (or just over 2 miles per hour) was a critical threshold […]

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 […]

ROAD ID now available for Apple Watch


As you may know, if you’ve been following my blog you know I’ve been a big fan of the ROADID for quite some time.  I’ll even post my old video below to show you how I had used it well before they made specialty bands for all the new wearable trackers out today.  You’ll see in the video […]

Stroke Rehabilitation Therapy Paired with Vagus Nerve Stimulation Looks Promising for Recovering Arm Function in Small Stroke Recovery Pilot


As originally published in  27 Sep 2018 issue of Stroke.   Vagus Nerve Stimulation Paired With Upper Limb Rehabilitation After Chronic Stroke- A Blined Randomized Pilot Study STROKEAHA.118.022279 A new pilot study found that vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), in addition to regular rehabilitation therapy, can double the rate of recovery for stroke patients. Important Safety Note:  Implanting a […]

New Tufts Stroke Fitness Club Coming Soon!


Get your workout in before you start your day! Announcement: New! Tufts Stroke Fitness Club If you live in or around Boston and want to meet up with a like-minded group to continue exercising regularly (or if you are simply in need of a nudge to start-up again )  here’s something you might be interested […]