Life After Stroke

Brain Stem Stroke: What You Need to Know

It might be challenging to diagnose brain stem strokes since they can have complicated symptoms. Without the characteristic weakness on one side of the body that characterizes most strokes, a person may have vertigo, dizziness, and acute imbalance. Vertigo symptoms...

What Does A Stroke Feel Like?

Strokes have a profound impact on both the mind and body. A stroke transpires when an artery ruptures or the blood flow to the brain is cut due to a blood clot. Brain cells might become damaged or even die if there is a lack of blood supply. Although symptoms can...

What Is A Stroke?

The brain and heart are two organs that must function at all times. The brain controls all the voluntary and involuntary actions in the body. The heart ensures the brain gets all the nutrients it needs and supplies the body with oxygen for every function. Without the...

I was having trouble preparing food since I couldn't use my impaired arm before. After using ExoRehab X I can get support from my impaired arm while preparing a snack or chopping vegetables and fruits on the board.

Ö. B. – Age: 56,
12 Months post-stroke

I've become more aware of my impaired arm after only a 3-week treatment with this device. For example, I would normally extend my non- impaired arm to reach for an object. Now I'm reaching with my impaired arm first.

A. R. – Age: 40,
60 Months post-stroke

After using ExoRehab X, I started to use my impaired arm in my daily activities. For example, I can now wash my face using both my hands.

H. Ö. – Age: 42,
22 Months post-stroke

After the stroke, I would open doors with my non-impaired arm. Or people around me would open the doors for me. After training with ExoRehab X, I am able to use my impaired arm and try to open them, and most of the time I succeed.

A. G. – Age: 40,
58 Months post-stroke

I used to only use my non-impaired arm while getting up from my chair, bed or getting out of the car. After using ExoRehab X for only 3 weeks I am able to use my impaired arm as a support.

S. M. S. – Age: 79,
48 Months post-stroke

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