Month: November 2012

Stronger After Stroke

I love that title.  In Peter G. Levine’s book Stronger After Stroke, there is a line that has stuck with me.  He said “we’ve had single stroke survivors that made a full recovery because they said they had no other choice.” … Read More ›

Stereognosis

This is more of an OT’s thing but I learned about it in PT school.  I pulled out an old notebook from PT school to practice writing and it was really interesting looking through it.  Students really don’t know anything. … Read More ›

Stages of Grief

I’ve been through a lot of grief in my life, but certainly not as much as some.  Everyone has heard of the stages of grief but may not know exactly where they come from.  They come from a psychiatrist, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross,… Read More ›

Frozen Shoulder

I used to be a member of this Facebook group and a couple of people said that they were diagnosed with Frozen Shoulder after their stroke.  I didn’t know that could happen.  But one thing I’ve learned is that anything… Read More ›

Foam and Dome Test

I said before that when I log into WordPress it tells me the search terms people use.  Well, along with intention tremors, about once a day there is a search for the Foam and Dome test.  It’s a test for… Read More ›