Here’s “WHY” you need to ask the right stroke recovery questions


Stroke Recovery Webinar Feedback Thanks to everyone that attended the webinar and thank you in advance for those that have already registered for a seat to attend the next broadcast. I’ve been going through some of the questions and comments from yesterday’s stroke recovery webinar and both Peter C. and Jenn H. gave similar feedback […]

Free Stroke Education Webinar Registration Open


  Introducing our Smart Moves Stroke Recovery Webinar Series Registration is Now Open! How to restore Balance and Set Smart Goals After a Stroke Presenter: David Dansereau,MSPT What You’ll learn on this Webinar: Practical examples on why most rehab goals fail and how to overcome this barrier. How to Measure Your Progress and Build Your […]

Brain Parts


Stroke Survivors: Meet Your Brain  DP Dansereau, MSPT Know-Stroke.org I can’t stress enough how important it is for stroke survivors to know brain anatomy especially what part of your brain was injured from your stroke.  Learning about the brain and the function of the damaged area can help you better understand your condition and help you […]

Even Tom Brady Needs Brain Exercises


How Tom Brady Trains His Brain Tom Brady was on this morning’s local Boston sports radio talk show “Dennis and Callahan” on WEEI, discussing the recent hit/concussion over the weekend that will now sideline former teammate Wes Walker again for the 3rd time in the last few seasons. While keeping to the discussion about brain […]

What caused Kris Letang’s stroke?


Kris Letang, 26, Pittsburg Penguins defensemen has stroke Pittsburg Penguins’s website reported today that Kris Letang will miss at least six weeks after having a stroke last week.  It stated that further testing on Letang revealed he also had… keep reading

Rhode Island Gets “Brain Power” Boost for Neuroscience Research


The George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience was recently established at the University of Rhode Island (URI) on November 14, 2013.  This new partnership will help boost the brain power of the  Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program (INP) at URI  which gathers researchers and educators from a wide range of disciplines—faculty who work to pose and […]

Here’s Your Keys to Great Health in 2014


I Gave you the Right Keys.  Don’t tell me you are still putting in the wrong fuel! by David Dansereau,MSPT reprint from my ezine PTCHealth-E-News Would you put low-octane fuel in a high-performance race car? Would you feed cat food to a dog? Of course not!  But, it illustrates a point. Without the right fuel […]

The Countdown is on for our NEW Know-Stroke.org Members Site


-We are making the final connections- Our KNOW-STROKE.org launch countdown is “Officially” on… Get on our Ezine Subscription List or Get our Updates on our Facebook Page and learn when we flip the switch (or just hang out here if you want to watch the timer!)

Tragic case of Death by Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) in a Young Soccer Player


This tragedy once again points to the need for better heart and cardiovascular screening and awareness of congenital heart defects in our young athletes. – David Dansereau,MSPT  know-stroke.org As reported in the March 2013 Journal of Invasive Cardiology  (J INVASIVE CARDIOL 2013;25(3):162-164) Abstract: A 34-year-old male patient was referred for primary percutaneous coronary intervention for ST-segment […]