Stroke Recovery Training Takes Time (and Hard Work!)


This challenging full body lunge exercise provides great balance and coordination retraining follow a stroke Post by David Dansereau for Know-Stroke.org This is one exercise I sometimes  still visualize in my sleep and continue to work on to improve my balance post  stroke.  I’ve since been able to give it a boost by trying it […]

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Why not? It’s free and full of diet reviews,tips to boost your nutrition IQ, and a quack list of products to avoid! In addition it provides quick therapeutic exercises suggestions related to your condition. You’ll also be granted a free access pass to my webinars on timely stroke rehabilitation and technology topics of interest. As […]

Another stroke survivor/PFO story


This is the original article from Readers’s Digest Race Against Time that I referenced in my PFO story. The archive was down for some time but here once again is the entire article. Well worth the read as it goes over new technology now available to repair / remove damage from stroke, but you have […]

Lower Body Conditioning after a Stroke: It’s Still Your Job


By David Dansereau for Stroke Smart Magazine Stroke rehabilitation therapies and modalities for lower-extremity training have indeed advanced in recent years with improved technology. Many of these advances are being driven by what researchers are learning about brain recovery and neuroplasticity. Physical therapists that embrace this concept for stroke recovery now develop rehabilitation protocols and […]

Bruschi in a category all his own – Kathryn Tappen – NESN.com


Thank you Kathyrn for your article today on Tedy Bruschi and for giving some well deserved credit to a real leader and a true hero for the work he does on and off the field. Many still don’t know about Tedy’s commitment off the field and the work he does with Tedy’s Team and the […]