Wheelchair To Walking After A Stroke

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Dan Pride says:

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Wheel Chair to SMOOTHLY walking in 18 months.

Ambiguous Ambiances says:

I still have extremely little movement in my leg and hip. But, I get these bouts of excruciating pain in my hip on my effected side. They come and go. I can't seem to figure out how or why they happen. Or why the only feeling I'm getting is this pain. Can you tell me or at least give me a direction to go and do some research on.🥺

Morgan.strokesurvivor says:

Wonderful video!

Chris-4 says:

I do have a wheelchair with big wheels so I can push myself, except that I can’t because my stroke arm doesn’t move quickly enough and doesn’t have full range like my good arm. I have a mobility scooter which fits in the car and when I get to a shop, I feel safe enough to walk with my stick. My problem is that my balance is not good so I’m nervous about walking in a crowd because I know that if somebody knocks into me I will fall.

surjeet samanta says:

Madame, First of all thanks for the videos you provide with excellent information for recovery. It has helped me a lot. Can you share some handouts for these exercises.

ag Ohio says:

Great .
Thank you

Ernest Reid says:

Thanks Tara, I enjoyed and got a lot of POSTIVE REIFORCEMENT out of the program. Also it is no problem to show an ad. Lots of times we DO NOT know what is available to make life easier. Also there is no such thing as a free lunch.

Oicamlad Noeled says:

Yeah true its just happened to me a few months ago all of sudden i got up to my wheelchair and start running now I’m playing golf ⛳️ . Thank you 🙏 so much for your advice 😮

Bill Covey says:

ever since my stroke,I only use wheelchairs or power chairs unless it's a lot of walking I go by the use it or lose it way,one of the best therapists I've had tell me to stay away from shortcuts,wheelchairs and power chairs because I will become dependant on them so my advice to anyone like myself is to have that mindset to only use a wheelchair for safety because of fatigue from walking too much,always remember"use it or lose it"stay strong never let your bodies get weaker from laziness,tara please post a video about that air splint ive seen you wear in some hand videos😊the hand splint I got from my occupational therapist is a chore and impossible to put on by myself😢thanks tara😊


Good Day Madame
On 2022 Jan, with an accident, blood clot on my left skull. Skull removed and put again after 3 months.
By today, I am healthy, but by spasticity, my right foot was not activating. But still I am confident, it will recover.

By seeing your video, I am motivating myself and self confidence.

Thanks a lot.

Glen West says:

Thank you, Dr. Tobias for the advice.

DArrell Dennis says:

Awesome video very helpful thanks 😊

Kicknowledge Smith says:

I remember the day I ditched my wheelchair. Now I walk around the house with no brace or crutch. I still take the crutch when I go out in public, just to let others know. I'm currently working on ditching the the crutch. Once I'm able to lift my knee straight up, I will feel more comfortable. I'm 1 year post stroke, it will take time.

thumperrabbit4 says:

From Wheelchair to Walking. It happened to me. In 2018, went from a Wheelchair to a walker to walking…double stroke.

Dr Mark in Texas- says:

Thank you for sharing

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