EVIDENCE-BASED STROKE REHABILITATION

Ivona D. Stanković, Anita Stanković, Marija Spalević, Dragan Zlatanović, Tamara Stanković

DOI Number
10.22190/FUMB161003003S
First page
57
Last page
63

Abstract


Stroke can have different clinical characteristics and consequences, with unequal disability and outcome, thus demanding individual approach, specific skills and general knowledge. Treatment of stroke has significantly improved during the last twenty years, mainly because of clinical and experimental studies, adequate medicamentous therapy, and the use of new technologies as well. Use-dependent rehabilitation strategy includes repetitive training with proper adjustment of the program. Other rehabilitation practices should also be incorporated, such as self-care, recreation, and home-based activities. Motivation of the patients, improving quality of life, functional independence, activities of daily life are crucial. Holistic approach means that the patient as a whole should be considered and treated. Scientific evidence is sufficient to confirm the necessity of physical rehabilitation of patients after stroke in order to achieve the optimal results. Current evidence on the effect of physical therapy in stroke rehabilitation is presented.


Keywords

stroke, physical therapy, rehabilitation, evidence

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