Rehab could be vital for helping survivors with movement, speech, strength and daily living skills
The financing will bring the company's cumulative funding to over US$25m
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 £4m investment aims to tackle inequalities in stroke care provision across the region
The device allows patients to perform rehab exercises more frequently in the clinic and at home
The new service aims to speed up the treatment process for suspected stroke patients across the region
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Paralysis or weakness on one side of the body affects around 80 per cent of stroke survivors
Pressure sores could restrict the patients’ movement and lead to infection and poor nutrition