Stroke Physiotherapy

A stroke happens when there is a sudden intrusion of the bloodstream to some portion of your cerebrum; this makes it quit working and harms mind cells. After a stroke, you may have shortcoming or loss of motion on one side of your body or issues with moving and doing your regular exercises. To such patients, physiotherapy is given to cure the sickness happened by a stroke. Physiotherapy assumes an urgent part at each phase of the patient pathway, helping people to achieve their full physical potential and practical capacity and to reintegrate into society.

  • Muscle spasticity
  • Motor impairment
  • Diagnosis
  • Impact of stroke
  • Post-Stroke rehabilitation
  • Paralysis or problems controlling movement (motor control)
  • Muscle weakness
  • Tendon reflexes
  • Gait dysfunction

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