The Future of Stroke Rehabilitation

When Shawn Doyle suffered a stroke six years ago at age 46, it left him with impaired speech and paralysis of his right side. But thanks to a cutting edge technique for stroke patients, Shawn, who was an active, driven vice president of sales prior to the stroke, now is able to say his daughter's name correctly for the first time in years. "Our daughter's name is Cristin and after the stroke [...] he would always say, 'Crispin,'" said Shawn's wife, Susan Doyle. "He couldn't say the...Full Story
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