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September 12, 2018

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In this post, I will share with you results from a large Parkinson’s disease research project by Parkinson’s Foundation. 
 

1.    10,000 people across 5 countries participated. 


2.    People with recently diagnosed Parkinson’s as well as with diagnosis for over 20 years.

 
3.    Moderate to intense exercise is the MOST IMPORTANT thing to fight symptoms of Parkinson’s such as loss of mobility, loss of balance, loss of strength. 


4.    Parkinson’s is a progressive disease that gets worse with time...

March 20, 2018

A lot of scientific research tells us that the key to recovery from neurological diseases, such as stroke (paralysis, lakwa), Parkinson’s, spinal cord injury, is neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity means rewiring your brain i.e. generating new brain cells and connections so that in spite of the damage in your brain or spinal cord, you can work toward gaining function ability, independence and better quality of life.

There are trillions of cells and connections in our brain – consider the same number as the stars in the universe. The good news is that you can grow new cells and connections through y...

March 15, 2018

To get stronger after a stroke, a very important decision is to focus on recovery rather than compensation

Compensation means you are focusing on the strong side of your body. If your paralysis is on the right side, you are using your left side to do most of the work such as brushing, combing, getting dressed, eating etc. This means you are ignoring the paralysed side of your body and just trying your best to get on with life using the other side.  This will not lead to improvement on your paralysed side but it will just make your strong side stronger and your paralysed side even weaker every...

March 13, 2018

There is a common myth that the adult human does not change in adulthood. All the learning and connections have taken place before 20 years of age and after that there is only decline. 

Nothing can be further from the truth.

There is evidence beyond doubt in modern science that adult human brain can and does learn new movement and new patterns of behavior. This phenomenon is called Neuroplasticity - let’s call it rewiring and renewal of brain cell connections. 

This is the your secret to recovery from stroke (paralysis) and other neurological disorders.

Neuroplasticity tells us that even if a...

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Dr. Abha Agrawal, MD, FACP, FACHE

Founder of A4 Clinics
 

Experienced physician, healthcare leader & entrepreneur
 

Author of 2 books on Patient Safety
 

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