You've come through the initial recovery from a stroke. You and your doctor are now assessing the movement in the affected side. This can be a frustrating time as you realize what you've lost. But with physiotherapy on your arm and hand, you may get back much of the functionality. Here is what to expect as you start physical therapy after your stroke.
Putting Back the Puzzle Pieces
Patience will be your greatest asset as you start therapy.
If you have frequent pain in your feet and ankles, you could be developing ongoing problems if you don't get them examined by a foot doctor or orthopedist. There are a number of non-invasive treatments available for painful foot and ankle problems. But if you don't get treatment early, your pain could reach a point where surgery is your only option. Here are some of the common issues that you should get addressed right away.