Immediate improvement in aphasia 8 years after stroke

From Glascow, Scotland, 1 week after treatment at the INR in Boca Raton, Florida, filmed in March 2018. Discussion with Edward Tobinick MD. Treatment was performed 8 years after stroke that caused intractable aphasia, hearing and sensory dysfunction and difficulty using the right hand (motor dysfunction) prior to treatment. A graphic illustration suggesting that chronic neuroinflammation, mediated by excess TNF in the brain, can reversibly inactivate brain circuits necessary for optimal brain function and connectivity.

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Many Rapid Improvements 2 years after Stroke, from Iceland to the INR, March 9, 2018

Patient and father, from Iceland, discusses improvements 2 years after stroke. The stroke happened at age 17. Improvements discussed include: spasticity, left neglect, walking, speech, fatigue, and improved ability to swallow.

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Stroke Recovery in Walking, Speech, and Cognition from October 2017 to December 2017

The stroke was in February of 2016.

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Rapid Improvement Seven Years After Stroke, February 2017

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