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MAIN REHABILITATION MEASURES

-therapeutic physical therapy, kinesiotherapy.
The purpose – restoration of movements and functions of balance
Massage of all parts of the body
The purpose – the normalization of muscle tone
– Use of medications – muscle relaxants
The purpose – the ability to be fully relaxed
– Special diet
– Speech rehabilitation

REHABILITATION AFTER A STROKE ARMENIA

Unfortunately, such diseases as heart attack and stroke are getting younger every year.

What are such diseases as heart attack and stroke? In general, insult is the cessation of blood flow to the brain, and the disease can be expresses by a disturbance in the nutrition of the body cells, i.e. cells cease to receive useful substances.
There are right-sided and left-sided insults. There are different types of a stroke:

-ISCHEMIC STROKE
-EXTENSIVE CEREBRAL INFARCTION
-HEMORRHAGIC STROKE
-SPINAL STROKE
-LACUNA R STROKE
-REPEATED STROKE
-ACUTE INSULTS
-MICRO INSULTS

The patient and his relatives should be prepared for the fact that insult is a serious illness, and the consequences will occur in any case. However, with proper rehabilitation, the patient can return to full-fledged life.

REHABILITATION AFTER A STROKE [ARMENIA]

International Rehabilitation Center Gratsia has been providing a wide range of medical and rehabilitation services for decades. An obligatory condition for carrying out all recovery procedures is consultations not only with the attending physician but also with the doctor-consultant.
We take into account all: the timing of the treatment, contraindications, concomitant diseases, compatibility of the procedures.
In the treatment and rehabilitation in the post-stroke period, combined treatment is often used: physio therapeutic and pharmacotherapeutics. International Rehabilitation Center Gratsia widely applies modern achievements of science in both the West and the East.
In conclusion, International Rehabilitation Center Gratsia again reminds you to take care for your health, avoid risk factors, which include high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, overweight and obesity, lack of physical activity, smoking and alcohol abuse.
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