My father, age 62 had suffered pressure stroke 3 months back.during the incident he fell down and hit is head on the bed because of which he had a blood clot in his brain.his left side got paralyzed , since then hospital,doctor, treatment is going on , he has been discharged but he has not recovered completely, suggst!
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The duration of your stroke rehabilitation depends on the severity of your stroke and related complications. Although some stroke survivors recover quickly, most need some form of stroke rehabilitation long term, possibly months or years after their stroke. Your stroke rehabilitation plan will change during your recovery as you relearn skills and your needs change. With ongoing practice, you can continue to make gains over time. The length of each stroke rehabilitation therapy session varies depending on your recovery, severity of your symptoms and responsiveness to therapy.
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