What Can I Expect During and After the Treatment?

While receiving the 3-day intensive treatment, clients will learn how to perform improved movement patterns and use their affected hand functionally. These treatment strategies will be carried over to the home environment following completion of the program.

Although most of the gains will be made at home, it is not uncommon for some to see early progress while at the Clinic. Along with receiving one-on-one rehabilitation with a licensed therapist, following discharge, clients will be taking home a clinically prescribed exercise program for continued progress as well as stroke technology based on their needs.

The key will be to have the right therapy tools and techniques prescribed so clients can leave with a solid plan for continued progress. This comprehensive stroke "boot camp" is perfect for individuals needing tools and techniques to jump start their recovery.

Like millions of stroke survivors worldwide, you are not alone. The Stroke Hand and Upper Limb Clinic, offered by occupational therapists specializing in neurorehabilitation, provides an intensive (3 days, 6 hours per day) upper extremity treatment program for patients suffering from neurological impairments such as spasticity and weakness. The Clinic is geared towards clients that struggle with arm and hand function. By using the latest treatment techniques and breakthrough medical devices, further recovery is possible.

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Where is the Treatment Offered?

The Stroke Hand and Upper Limb Clinic is located in Charleston, SC. Known for rich history, well-preserved architecture and celebrated restaurant community, the Charleston area has been recognized as the No. 1 Small U.S. City for the fifth consecutive year by Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards and Voted as the #1 city in the world by Travel and Leisure in 2016.

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