Rehabilitation of stroke patients

The vain catastrophe in the brain /stroke, which the colloquial language calls paralytic stroke or apoplexy or cerebral accident, occupies a leading place among the illnesses causing problems in the movement organs. It is more suitable to talk about a condition because after that the stroke ends, we talk about the change of the condition / movement.
It is appropriate to start treating the lost or weakened movement affecting one side on the day after the vain catastrophe in the brain, depending on the condition of the patient. At the end of the hospital treatment, the ambulant treatments should be continued in order that the movement condition should be improved.
Owing to the fact that the central control system is damaged, the physiotherapist should approach the patient at several levels during movement and feeling development. The individual can experience the positive change when the balance is being developed, the muscles are being strengthened and their functioning is being harmonised, the walking is being developed, the re-learning of limb usage and the development of hand manipulation.
 
The physiotherapist uses the brain’s spasticity (the nervous system’s constant change and adaptation to the environment) with the aid of relearning processes, which creates the opportunity to achieve development in the movement condition even one year after the stroke.