Thalamic Stroke Symptoms: What to Look Out For


Right at the center of the brain is a walnut-shaped mass responsible for processing nerve signals for sensation, movement, and mental cognition. This is the thalamus, the designated “relay station” that transmits signals from the body to the brain and...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day


On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we remember all the many ways that Dr. King helped raise people up who were experiencing difficulties and fought for everyone’s rights. Many people remember his famous “I Have A Dream” speech given...

What Are Common Spinal Stroke Symptoms?


Your spine has plenty of nerves essential for transporting signals from your brain to the rest of your body. These are vital for voluntary and involuntary movement, such as moving your limbs or ensuring your digestive organs function normally.  However, when...

How to Detect Mini Stroke Symptoms in the Elderly


Mini strokes are short-lived health events, usually lasting only a few minutes. Unlike a full-blown stroke, mini-strokes often do not cause permanent damage, with symptoms fully resolved within 24 hours.  Despite the lack of lasting consequences, mini-strokes should be taken seriously,...

Your Guide to Neurological Rehabilitation


Neurological rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary practice that focuses on restoring function and enhancing the quality of life for people suffering from stroke, traumatic brain injuries, or degenerative neurological disorders. It stands as a shining source of hope for countless individuals...

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