Strokes happen to people of all ages, but they are most common among adults over 45. Strokes can be caused by high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking, and other health conditions. When a stroke occurs, an area of the brain is deprived of blood flow because a clot has blocked or burst a vessel in your circulatory system. This leads to stroke rehabilitation-a long process that begins with treatment for stroke symptoms and progresses to recovery through physical therapy and occupational therapy programs. stroke
How does this rehabilitation work?
Physical therapy can help people with mobility, coordination, and balance issues. stroke
Occupational therapy helps stroke survivors adapt to changes in their daily lives, so they can continue caring for themselves. This often includes relearning basic tasks like dressing or using the bathroom and learning how to use adaptive equipment, which makes these simple tasks more manageable.
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