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Answers to stroke patients' questions about vision problems and vision therapy ..read more
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Question What shall I do with my weak ankle evertors? I'm having trouble when walking. Answer: Ankle issues are not uncommon after stroke ..read more
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Question: Hi I am asking if after 8 years from a Massive stroke leaving someone without the ability to Walk or Talk, is it possible for any ..read more
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Answer: Nine years ago I had a stroke due to lack of oxygen. Prior to that being very successful in school came easier usually with A's and ..read more
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Question: My sister had a stroke. She cannot take care of herself. She needs 24/7 supervision and someone to bathe, clean, help her with ..read more
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Question: My mother had a couple of mini strokes about 35 years ago and recently has had at least two strokes. The consultant thinks ..read more
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Question: I had a stroke three years ago, complete use of my arm and hand but my foot has become very crippled with twisted toes and foot ..read more
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Update after 18 months vertebral artery dissection and cerebellar stroke (44 years old, Male) After 18 months of my vertebral artery ..read more
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Question: I suffered a stroke(cva) August 2004 at age 62. I have left side paralysis consisting of left arm & hand spasticity and left ..read more
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Question: Why should it be avoided to range a shoulder over 90 degrees on a flaccid extremity? Answer: It doesn't have to be totally ..read more

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