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    Stroke Rehabiliaion Resources

    Hello,
    I'm a physiotherapy applicant and as part of my application I decided to complete an extended project on the role/importance of physiotherapy in stroke rehabilitation. Do any of you by any chance have any resources I could use? Things like a collection of exercises that I can use as visual aids in my presentation about it, or any particularly good studies/statistics?

    Thanks in advance for an help!

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    Re: Stroke Rehabiliaion Resources

    Read extensively on the topic from peer reviewed journals


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    Re: Stroke Rehabiliaion Resources

    Hi,
    what kind of applicant are you? Are you applying for a job as a Physio or for a place at uni?

    If you google "Stroke", you will find numerous stroke associations/ foundations and information about Stroke.
    If you search for stroke and physiotherapy, there is lots of information about your topic. E.g.:
    Physiotherapy for strokes
    Physiotherapy Practice Guidelines for Stroke Rehabilitation
    National Stroke Foundation - Australia [search: physiotherapy guidelines]
    Management of Adult Stroke Rehabilitation Care

    For Journal articles check PEDRO or use MedSearch. Or here:
    Stroke
    Stroke rehabilitation | The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

    Just about every bigger country does have national guidelines on Stroke rehabilitation.
    The exercise picture search will prove more difficult due to copyright issues.

    Good luck,
    Fyzzio


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    Re: Stroke Rehabiliaion Resources

    Quote Originally Posted by Fyzzio View Post
    Hi,
    what kind of applicant are you? Are you applying for a job as a Physio or for a place at uni?

    If you google "Stroke", you will find numerous stroke associations/ foundations and information about Stroke.
    If you search for stroke and physiotherapy, there is lots of information about your topic. E.g.:
    Physiotherapy for strokes
    Physiotherapy Practice Guidelines for Stroke Rehabilitation
    National Stroke Foundation - Australia [search: physiotherapy guidelines]
    Management of Adult Stroke Rehabilitation Care

    For Journal articles check PEDRO or use MedSearch. Or here:
    Stroke
    Stroke rehabilitation | The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

    Just about every bigger country does have national guidelines on Stroke rehabilitation.
    The exercise picture search will prove more difficult due to copyright issues.

    Good luck,
    Fyzzio
    Applied for University in the UK for 2012 entry, I currently hold two offers and I'm awaiting reply post interview from two more.

    Thanks for the links, really useful!



 

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