I was lucky, the French Champion said to her followers in a social media post
More than 50 per cent of stroke survivors have swallowing difficulties
The study shows benefits of strength training are independent of running, walking or other aerobic activity
Frances Hughes was only 62 when she had a stroke. Now, almost a year on, she reflects on “an amazing recovery”. Frances Hughes didn’t give too...
The device allows patients to perform rehab exercises more frequently in the clinic and at home
Ischaemic stroke patients with dementia are less likely to receive a thrombectomy, a large US study has found. Mechanical thrombectomy is an advanced treatment that uses...
The group is raising awareness of stroke, aphasia, brain injury and the subsequent emotional recovery
The Russian invasion causes stroke cases to spike in Ukraine, as neuro-interventions hit an all-time low
"Physically, I was fine. But mentally, I was scared of dying."
Paralysis or weakness on one side of the body affects around 80 per cent of stroke survivors