Stroke, also known as cerebrovascular accident (CVA), cerebrovascular insult (CVI), or brain attack, is when poor blood flow to the brain results in cell death.
Aquatic Therapy for Subacute Stroke Patients Aquatic therapy improves outcomes for subacute stroke patients by enhancing muscular strength of paretic lower limbs without increasing spasticity: a randomized controlled trial. Authors: Zhang Y, Wang YZ, Huang
Aquatic Trunk Exercise for Stroke Rehab The effects of aquatic trunk exercise on gait and muscle activity in stroke patients: a randomized controlled pilot study Authors: Park BS, Noh JW, Kim MY, Yang SM, Lee
Stroke Rehabilitation: Land vs Aquatic Exercise Hydrotherapy vs. conventional land-based exercise for improving walking and balance after stroke: A randomized controlled trial By Zhu Z., Cui L., Yin M., Yu Y., Zhou X., Wang H.
Study: Aquatic PNF Stretching for Stroke Effects of Aquatic PNF Lower Extremity Patterns on Balance and ADL in Stroke patients. Kim EK and Kim YM from the Department of Physical Therapy, Graduate School of Physical
Aquatic Physiotherapy for Stroke Effects of aquatic physiotherapy on the improvement of balance and corporal symmetry in stroke survivors Montagna JC., Santos BC., Loureiro AP., from the Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health and Bioscience, Pontifical Catholic
Hydrotherapy for Stroke It has been demonstrated that hydrotherapy increases the muscle strength of the paretic leg of patients with a stroke. The Royal Dutch Society for Physical Therapy (KNGF) Clinical Practice has Guideline for
Halliwick for Stroke Rehabilitation Effects of Halliwick on Functional Mobility in Subacute Stroke Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial. By Tripp F and Krakow K. From the Department of Physiotherapy, Asklepios Neurological Hospital Falkenstein, Königstein/Taunus, Germany,