Welcome back. I had an interesting week. It started in the same way it usually does, with a walk that seems to be a thing now. 294 more words
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One of my patients died unexpectedly last week. It hit me really hard. I spent a couple days barely functioning, just getting through the bare minimum but otherwise sitting in my chair and crying, talking on the phone with my pastor, talking endlessly with my husband, talking with a mentor physician, listening to the patient’s family talk. 559 more words
[ARTICLE] Efficacy of electrical stimulation as an adjunct to repetitive task practice therapy on skilled hand performance in hemiparetic stroke patients: a randomized controlled trial
Objective: To assess the effects of additional electrical stimulation to hand muscles combined with repetitive task practice therapy on skilled hand performance in stroke patients. 243 more words
[ARTICLE] The effects of mirror therapy on the gait of subacute stroke patients: a randomized controlled trial
Objective: To investigate the effect of mirror therapy on the gait of patients with subacute stroke.
Design: Randomized controlled experimental study.
Setting: Outpatient rehabilitation hospital. 166 more words
Here’s a change of pace Waldorf salad that’s packed with fibre and offers a variety of fruits – all of which, according to a recent Spanish study, are linked to living longer… 193 more words