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Stroke: Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy and More

1. I have met several relatives of stroke patients who were not aware of constraint-induced movement therapy. This is a very effective therapy for stroke. Here's what the American Stroke Association says about it: "Constraint-induced movement therapy (CI) forces the use of the affected side by restraining the unaffected side. With CI therapy, the therapist constrains the survivor's unaffected arm in a sling. The survivor then uses his or her affected arm repetitively and intensively for two weeks." See it in action in this news report: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMTh2hWvB2g 2. In some cases acupuncture, when applied soon after a stroke, can have dramatic results. http://www.scalpacupunct

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