Stroke

The brain divided into left brain, right brain, at the base of the brain is connected to spinal cord, All the information that are collected at the nerve ending carried back to the brain through spinal cord, Just like the heart, the brain also constant supply of blood to its function. The main blood supplies to the brain are by two carotid arteries and two vertebral arteries. A stroke/brain attack occurs when blood flow is severely reduced or stopped due to any obstructions.

Recovering From Stroke

Treatment for stroke begins in a hospital helping the patient survive, and managing to stabilize overall   medical condition and preventing another stroke.

Spontaneous recovery happens naturally to most people. Soon after the stroke, some

Abilities that have been lost usually start to come back. This process is quickest during the

First few weeks, also it continues for long time.

Effects after stroke

Each stroke survivor differ according to their severity and type of stroke

It Affects the Body, Mind, and Feelings

  • Weakness or Paralysis
  • Loss of balance
  • Poor coordination
  • Problem swallowing
  • Loss of speech
  • Disturbed vision/perception
  • Pain
  • Shoulder/Hand complications
  • Cognitive issue
  • Neglecting one side of body
  • Disturbed sensation
  • Spasticity
  • Limitation in joint range
  • Bladder/bowel dysfunction
  • Pressure sore
  • Falling
  • Fatigue
  • Disturbed sleep pattern
  • Psycho/Social problems

Rehabilitation at our centre

physio rehab is an is another part of treatment to regain the maximum level of functional independence. At our centre we have adopted many new technologies and Hands-on methods to suit contemporary trends in advanced stroke rehabilitation to achieve realistic guaranteed goal in short period of time. As growing evidence, we recognize the more intensive and efficient exercise therapy importance factor in improving motor recovery after stroke

Rehabilitation Goals

  • Maximize level of functional independence for mobility and self-care
  • Maximize ability to return to work/ homemaking or leisure
  • Avoid secondary complications
  • Reintegrate the stroke survivor and family into the community
  • returning to driving

Young Adult Stroke Rehabilitation Program

Many people experiencing stroke are under the age of 55. These patients often have rehabilitation needs that are different from those of older stroke survivors. Young adults may have goals related to parenting, working, driving, and maintaining intimate relations and community involvement, in addition to goals for independence in mobility and self-care. Our Rehab Centre focuses on identifying these goals and providing an intensive treatment program tailored to achieve their goal.

Older Adult stroke rehabilitation program

Our centers rehabilitation program for the older adults are carefully designed with interesting methods to suit the individuals need to archive their goal without too demanding

Rehab for individuals months/years after their stroke

Unfortunately many people may not had chance to access a formal rehabilitation program due to situation at that time, as days passed he/she and their family might be accepted their disability and get used to this new situation or family might find a solution by appointing a maid to care for the stroke survivor.

Improving the quality of life always possible by intensive rehabilitation even after many years of initial problem despite NO any understanding difficulties (cognitive issue)

  • Can walk but not dare to go out of home!
  • Walking with great difficulties with cane/support never though walking without it!
  • Can open close fingers but don’t use for the daily activities!
  • Can close fingers but hard to open!
  • Not satisfied with progress after stroke!
  • And much more similar problems

Our centre would like to extend free screening to these types of patients to predict their outcome after our rehabilitation program  and we help to set a therapeutic goal.