A Stroke Rehabilitation program is designed to help you relearn skills and regain abilities lost or impaired after a stroke. Depending on the parts of your brain affected by the stroke, rehabilitation can help with movement, strength, and daily living skills. We understand that this is a challenging time for any patient but it’s important to note the sooner you begin stroke rehabilitation, the more likely you will regain lost abilities and skills.
Recovering from a stroke can be a long and challenging experience. It's normal to face struggles along the way, but with the help of our physical therapists, you can achieve the goals you set together. Often causing paralysis on one side of the body, those who have suffered from a stroke can sometimes lose function in one arm and one leg. Physical therapists work with stroke survivors during the first weeks and months of recovery to keep these muscles toned and stimulated – even before they regain voluntary movement. The brain can rewire and repair itself even if its cells are damaged. The undamaged parts step in to perform the damaged parts' tasks.
A stroke is different for everyone, but Stroke Rehabilitation dedication and willingness to work toward improvement will help you gain the most benefit from this treatment. The treatment can include specifically prescribed movement and exercises, electrical stimulation, or assistive devices. These exercises are most beneficial if done consistently and repetitively. Overall, rehabilitation is centered around specifically focused and repetitive actions — practicing the same thing repeatedly. Stroke patients can heal themselves, get stronger, improve the quality of their lives, and maximize their recovery from stroke, the mechanism the brain uses to rewire and heal itself after injury.
There are many approaches to stroke rehabilitation. Your rehabilitation plan will depend on the part of the body or type of ability affected by your stroke. Our Physical therapists will focus on helping you overcome any issues linked to coordination, movement, balance, and strength. It starts with basic passive activities that the physical therapist does until the patient is capable of completing active actions with or without help. The patient is taught how to progress from sitting up to moving to a wheelchair, bearing their weight, and moving with or without assistance, all of that depending on the patient's physical and mental abilities.
Price: AED 590
Stroke Rehabilitation Benefits
- Speeds Up Stroke Recovery
- Helps Improve Strength & Mobility
- Boosts Ability to Perform Daily Routine & Activities
- Supports Mental Health & Mood
- Gives a Sense of Purpose & Control