Aerobic Exercise Shows Benefits in Stroke Recovery Process

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Following a stroke patients require a variety of rehabilitation options from physical and occupational therapy to speech therapy among others. A recent study looked at the benefits of aerobic exercise in the recovery process.

Following a stroke patients require a variety of rehabilitation options from physical and occupational therapy to speech therapy among others. A recent study looked at the benefits of aerobic exercise in the recovery process.

At the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference in Nashville, Susan Linder, PT, DPT, NCS, of the Cleveland Clinic discussed the results of the study and how exercise can be used as part of a larger treatment process.

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