Action for rehabilitation from neurological injury (ARNI)
ARNI is a registered charity with 100% volunteers formed in response to the demand throughout the UK from stroke survivors, who state that they are ‘stuck in limbo’ after therapy comes to an end.
All about the Laser Active Campaign Initiative
Botox treatment for post-stroke spasticity
When introducing Botox as a therapy for a stroke survivor, we are talking about exactly the same chemical as the Botox that we have all heard about using to eliminate or reduce wrinkles! Using Botox for stroke therapy is aimed at stroke survivors who are living with paralysed limbs, to assist with soothing muscles that have become stiff and rigid.
Clot Busting Capsule for the treatment of ischemic stroke
This technology has been designed and developed at Monash University Australia by senior research fellow Dr Christoph Hagemeyer at the Centre for Blood Diseases.
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) after stroke
What is it?
How will affect me as a stroke survivor?
Does it work?
How long does it take to see results?
Definition of DIYStroke
DIYStroke is a method for the Self-Management of Stroke Rehabilitation & Recovery
Dr Tom Balchin Author of The Successful Stroke Survivor
Having survived a massive stroke aged just 21, he has gone on to formulate the latest techniques in the rehabilitation of stroke survivors throughout the UK.
Etanercept Stroke Treatment
The treatment consists of a spinal injection whilst upside-down to allow the drug to perfuse the brain. He has reported that he has detected some differences but no measurable improvement so far.
Fluoxetine as an aid to stroke recovery
Fluoxetine keeps popping up as an aid in the treatment and recovery of stroke survivors. Here are some notes to assist you in considering if it might help in your rehabilitation.