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Post-Stroke Exercises (Part 1: Upper Limb)

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A physiotherapist explains safe upper limb exercises for stroke patients.

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alex jandayan says:

my grandmother paralys 6years ago until now she can`t even move her
hand,,, and everytym i touch it she always say ,,,,it`s hurt,,,,,,,can u
help me,, what r the exercise that supposed to be im going to do

Bhargavsantosh G says:

Post – Stroke Exercises (paralysis)

Suzette Therese Torres says:

Carr And Shepherd MRP……Bobath NDT.

shahrukh khan says:


George Shuttleworth says:

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for posting these great videos. My Mom
suffered a stroke a year ago and she’s getting no rehabilitation here in
Ireland where she is based. I am doing these with her now and her posture
and comfort is improving. Namaste and good blessings to you all at
Singapore General Hospital.

g64310 says:

Simple exercises I can follow to help my mom regain mobility.

Rosemarie Aponte says:

No repetitions?? The joint is move only once?

prapavathi chandren says:



The passiv motion NO good exerciesez !! PNF and NTD Bobath , Vasa Concet
and order is very good exerceses.!!!

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