Lightly Massage Post-stroke Massage?
HealthReplies.com … I want to ask, can I get a massage after a stroke? Because the myths that circulate may not be sorted if a stroke. The type of stroke, ischemic stroke (blood clot) if I’m not mistaken … Thank you.
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Ischemic stroke is paralysis of one side of the body caused by a blockage in the blood vessels of the brain. The blockage causes areas of the brain that are blooded not to get blood intake that contains oxygen and food essence so that the brain tissue in that area lacks oxygen and is threatened to suffer permanent nerve damage. This blockage is most often a fatty plaque plaque in the wall of a loose vein that reaches the cerebellum. However, it can also be caused by air embolism that often enters blood vessels along with injection drugs. This case is very rare. Stroke will be characterized by weakness of the limbs, mouth opening, Pello (difficulty speaking or understanding speech) and swallowing disorders. The treatment needed is blood-thinning medication to break through the plaque that causes the blockage.
Regarding your question, sorting on weak or paralyzed limbs doesn't matter. Precisely this can be physiotherapy in training the limbs to be able to move back as before. However, it must be done correctly. We recommend that you consult with a medical rehab doctor to get physiotherapy according to medical science to be accounted for.
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