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A Physical Therapist's Guide to Stroke Rehabilitation
A Physical Therapist's Guide to Stroke Rehabilitation

What Is a Stroke? A stroke occurs when poor blood flow to the brain leads to damaged brain tissue, disrupting normal brain functions. There are two types of stroke: Ischemic stroke occurs when vascular impediments block the flow of blood to the brain. Hemorrhagic stroke ...

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