Our Strange Story
Morgan spent five days in critical care and seven on a regular floor. Throughout his stay, specialists ran test after test for the cause of the stroke. I had a lot of urgent questions, but there were few immediate answers. Digital edition |Web
When Stroke Affects the Parietal Lobe
The parietal lobe helps us make sense of sensory information, like where our bodies and body parts are in space, our sense of touch, and the part of our vision that deals with the location of objects. Digital edition |Web
What to Expect from Outpatient Rehab
After stroke, about two-thirds of survivors receive some type of rehabilitation. Outpatient therapy may consist of several types of therapy. Whether a patient is referred to inpatient or outpatient therapy depends on the level of medical care required. Digital edition |Web
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