I've found plenty of TBI and SCI textbooks but was wondering if anyone knows of a good stroke rehab textbook, or do they not exist?
Boy is this disgusting, our doctor instructors don't even have good textbooks. here was my reply;
As in the Swedish study, although the respondents were able to describe their treatment choices, they had difficulty explaining the underlying theoretical basis for their choice.
All I can say is that you had better not get a stroke because no one can tell you anything useful.
The World Stroke Organization is trying but we are 2400 years in the past when Hippocratic dictum that ‘It is impossible to cure a severe attack of apoplexy and difficult to cure a mild one’
Good luck you have reached the black hole of stroke knowledge.
To stump your teachers ask for the difference in therapies needed for penumbra damage vs. dead brain damage. I opine at www.oc1dean.blogspot.com, try not to be offended by my postings.
God, our doctors know nothing, our future doctors will know nothing, our therapists don't have any basis for their treatment. When will someone actually take charge and learn something about stroke rehab?