After a stroke, it’s important to practice Range of Motion Exercises to strengthen the connection between your mind and body. Keep up daily physical fitness and wellness by exercising. This video will guide you through hand, wrist and finger range of motion exercises that are important to do following a stroke. Exercising daily will help make both your body and mind strong. Here are some simple exercises you can do to increase your range of motion of your wrists and fingers. You can do these exercises seated with your hands on your lap or on a table.
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In this Stroke Education Series presentation Greg Herman, MD, addresses common devices and adaptive equipment used following a stroke.
Get moving and grooving with this fun seated tap dance workout. The video reviews the benefits of seated tap dancing, then walks viewers through five different tap steps (kicks, digs, heel drops, shuffles, and cramp rolls). After learning the steps, they will be combined together in a dance to “Clap Your Hands” by Leo Soul.