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Exercise After Stroke: University of Pittsburgh’s Lauren Oberlin

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Structured exercise training can significantly improve brain function in stroke survivors, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2017. “Physical activity is extremely helpful for stroke survivors for a number of reasons, and our findings suggest that this may also be a good strategy to promote cognitive recovery after stroke” said lead author Lauren E. Oberlin, a graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh. “We found that a program as short as twelve weeks is effective at improving cognition, and even patients with chronic stroke can experience improvement in their cognition with an exercise intervention.” #ISC17

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