Researchers have developed a new technique that could allow stroke patients regain the use of their arms by encouraging the brain to form new and stronger neural connections.
Researchers have proved successfully that robot-assisted therapy can help stroke patients to achieve increased mobility.
In a unique study, researchers have used 3D technology from the film and video game industry to analyse everyday movements of stroke patients.
In an attempt to give stroke patients a higher quality of life, scientists have built a new rehabilitation device that will allow patients to achieve an additional level of recovery and shorten their rehab period.
Injecting botox into the arm muscles of stroke survivors may help in their long-term recovery, according to an Australian research.
It might be beneficial to include yoga in the in-patient or out-patient rehabilitation people receive after a stroke.
Stimulating the brain with magnets is likely to improve the language skills of stroke survivors.
Dutch engineers have developed exoskeleton ‘robotic legs,’ to help improve the movement of stroke patients.
A drug that lowers blood pressure could harm patients if given after a stroke, says a new study.
A group of Scottish doctors have suggested that cooling the brain of patients who have suffered a stroke could dramatically improve their recovery.
A quarter of stroke patients discontinue their prescribed drugs within three months of hospitalisation.
A new research claims
that music has a powerful effect on brain.
Giving a new ray of hope to
stroke patients, doctors at AIIMS are now trying to treat
brain damage resulting from it with stem cells.
Day in Pics: 5th May
Showbiz World - May 5, 2015
62nd National Film Awards