stroke recovery Equipment
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Recovering from a stroke is hard work. But you shouldn't have to go it alone. Below is a list of available resources you can use to recover from your stroke. Browse by category of the area you are looking to improve.
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Improving hand function is critical to regaining independence. Many people experience weakness, decreased coordination, sensory problems, spasticity or muscle tightness all of which affects their functional use of their hand. Below are a list of tools and equipment that is commonly used in stroke recovery to improve hand function.
Dynamic Hand Splints
Resting Hand Splints
Arm & Shoulder
Shoulder and arm problems can range from shoulder subluxations, to bicep contractures, decreased muscle tone, coordination deficits, sensory concerns, and weakness. Here is a list of treatment options commonly used for the upper extremity after a stroke.
Orthotics & Stretching
Wheelchair Arm Rests
Pain after stroke is very common. Below you will find some of the TOP non-pharmaceutical ways to help manage pain on a daily basis. Caution: consult with your doctor before trying any pain management items below to ensure it is the right treatment for you.