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Wellness

  • How pet therapy can help stroke survivors

    Posted by Lucy Lazarony Mar 22, 2017

    Time spent with a therapy dog and a qualified trainer can assist with physical and cognitive challenges that stroke survivors face.

  • 10 Foods to Increase Your Brainpower. Is Fish One of Them?

    Posted by Christa Knox, MA MScN Mar 13, 2017

    You'll be surprised to see some of the foods on this list. They're good for you and taste good, too.

  • A Journey Towards Pain Relief

    Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Feb 28, 2017

    Stroke survivor Joe shares his story on how the StimRouter system relieved his shoulder pain.

  • Controlling Cholesterol with Statins

    Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Feb 16, 2017

    Taking statins to control cholesterol? Here's answers to some commonly asked questions.

  • How to Talk to Your Kids About Stroke

    Posted by Teresa Bitler Jan 31, 2017

    Discussing stroke can be scary for anyone, but especially so for children. Let these tips guide the conversation.

  • Technology and Stroke

    Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jan 31, 2017

    Here are examples of questions to ask your healthcare provider when inquiring about using technology during stroke recovery.

  • The Drive to Drive

    Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jan 31, 2017

    Driving after a stroke can be daunting, but there are modifications that can be made to a car to get you back behind the wheel.

  • Understanding Stroke in Young People

    Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jan 31, 2017

    People are starting to recognize that stroke can affect people who are young so when they have symptoms, they or their loved ones encourage them to get to the hospital.

  • Stroke Team Should Include Dental Hygienist

    Posted by Elicia Lupoli Jan 23, 2017

    Consult your dental team on dryness of the mouth, sores, lack of taste and sensation, thrush, burning of the mouth/tongue, hemiplegia and dexterity issues.

  • Beating the Winter Blues

    Posted by Staci Blinn Jan 17, 2017

    If you are experiencing the “January Blues,” here are seven tips that might help you feel better and get into the rhythm of the new year.