Evidence for brain recovery following intensive exercise practice

2009 day 122: Cheers!

In the January edition of Advances in Brain Recovery and Rehabilitation http://bit.ly/f6wALm Dr. Zorowitz from Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Johns Hopkins USA and Dr. Brainin from  Danube University and Danube Clinic, Department Chairman and Director, Department of Neurology Krems Austria discuss discoveries in the past year that have impacted the understanding of brain recovery. The review reports various approaches to neurorehabilitation, and associated evidence that supports post stroke following rehabilitation.

The HandTutor and ArmTutor system is used in both rehab clinic and home care. Evidence shows that intensive active exercise in both acute and chronic stroke patients will improve functional movement ability and quality of life.


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