Post stroke spasticity is a movement disorder that occurs in approximately 25-43% of people who have had a stroke. This (frustrating) movement problem can be painful, cause soft tissue stiffness, joint contracture, and abnormal limb posture. Along these same lines,...
Core weakness can significantly impact walking after a stroke. And that being said, core strengthening is one of the most neglected “muscle groups” in a stroke recovery program. Needless to say, a core strengthening or core stabilization exercise routine...
Drop foot can make walking extremely difficult. It can also place someone at a very high risk for falling. In the video below, you will learn the BEST drop foot exercise progression. But first, here are some basic facts to help you understand your condition. What is...
I am about to take you on a journey. The journey of how I went from a safe, conventional, risk free life to a life that was filled with bold, bright colors. And how this one little thing has been the key to my sanity for the past four years.So, what is this...
Does your leg feel “heavy”? Is it hard for you to lift it off the ground when you are walking? Or worse, does it drag (on the ground) because you are unable to lift it? You are not alone. It is a common “problem” that happens with many...
Do you remember the steps you went through when you FIRST learned to walk? Yeah, me either 🙂 This is what makes it SOOOO frustrating when you need to correct a “walking problem”. Walking is a “skill” that realies heavily on...
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“Tara is awesome! She has helped my Mother stand & walk with assistance after having a major stroke last year. She is the most dedicated person in her profession. She is determined to see that her patients achieve the most they can & continue to strive to meet their goals. She has never given up hope for Mom & we don’t know what we would have done if we had not been introduced to her. Thank you so much Tara for your continued enthusiasm & support!” Christine Hamilton
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