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Neuroplasticity and Post-Stroke Care: Achieving Optimal Conditions for Each Patient

Neuroplasticity, or the brain’s ability to rewire and “heal” itself, is of particular interest in modern post-stroke care. However, data show that only 8-10 percent of stroke victims receive neuroplasticity-based rehabilitation in the optimal setting. There are ways caregivers, patients, and families can collaborate to improve the chances that stroke patients receive the right care under the right conditions.

Sandeep Singh, MD
Vice President of Medical Affairs
Spinal Cord Injury Program Director
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation – Allentown, PA

Disclosure: Chief Medical Officer, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation