New Hopes For Stoke Patients

By one year after injury, 85% of patients have a full recovery; patients with symptoms persisting for longer than
one year are classified as suffering from the persistent postconcussive syndrome. Many patients have a full recovery, and the
symptoms of instability go away. Most patients have a full recovery; however, heavy infections can lead to chronic, disabling
disease and even death. Many patients have a full recovery, though 10-20% of patients may have continued instability of the
shoulder after arthroscopic surgery.

Today, cutting-edge robotics technology is revolutionizing how stroke is diagnosed (telemedicine) and treated (robot assisted therapy).
Recent clinical trials have shown that robot-assisted therapy may help stroke patients regain arm movements, even years after a
disabling stroke. A monitor attached to the robot plays a series of video games to encourage patients to extend their arms, with
the assistance of the robot. Robot assisted therapy is only one tool in the arsenal for stroke rehabilitation. They are also assisting
on the frontline to quicken the process of stroke diagnosis.

Providing both patients and their closest family members with knowledge and skills in self-management could potentially provide
benefits similar to recent nurse-led home based intervention heart-failure programmes at a much lower cost. Out-patient
services include stroke clinics providing follow-up care to patients discharged from the in-patient service and also to non-urgent
referred patients. It may be possible to avoid admission to hospital or to reduce the length of stay by providing community support.
However, little research has focused on the experience of the peer providing support.

More and more, patients are requesting care beyond what most consider to be traditional health services.
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) includes therapies not based on traditional Western medical teachings and may include
acupuncture, chiropractic, homeopathy, diet and lifestyle changes, herbal medicine, and massage therapy, among others. But because
Traditional Oriental medicine works preventitivly it can be incorporated into your daily life as a wellness program, just like
eating healthy, getting regular exercise, having enough sleep and having healthy meaningful relationships.

Developed in China as a traditional chinese medicine to help stroke patients achieve better rehabilitation. NeuroAid is safe and has
very few reported side effects, which have been found to beof minor concern (such as nausea, vomiting or increased thirst). NeuroAid
has shown efficacy for patients who suffered a stroke in the past 6months and have resulting loss of motor function or independence.