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60 Minutes Australia “Reverse Stroke” 23 min. version
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“My leg feels light as a feather” after treatment at the INR, 3 years after stroke October 2017
Family from Melbourne, Australia. Treatment at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton on October 23-30, 2017; almost 3 years after stroke.
From Papua New Guinea to the INR Boca Raton: Immediate improvement 18 months after stroke, April 2017
Patient is from Papua New Guinea, where he has been living for more than 17 years. Improvements noted in chronic central post-stroke pain, motor function and balance documented within minutes of treatment, 18 months after stroke. Treatment at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, Florida on April 13, 2017.
Rapid Relief of Intractable Post-Stroke Shoulder Pain 8 Years After Intracerebral Hemorrhage, February 2017
From Gold Coast, Australia to the INR Los Angeles, June 2015
Patient and his family flew from the Gold Coast, eight months after his stroke left him with chronic post-stroke pain, spasticity and movement difficulties, that had failed to resolve despite intensive rehabilitation. Treatment at the Institute of Neurological Recovery was given in June 2015 resulting in immediate improvement. The final portion of the video depicts the patient speaking with both Drs. Kim and Tobinick at the INR, describing his sustained improvement through one week.
Immediate improvement in chronic post-stroke visual impairment 11 months after stroke, patient from NSW, June 2015
From NSW in Australia to the INR in Los Angeles. Treatment performed in June 2015.
Krystal visits the INR in Los Angeles, February 2015.
Krystal traveled from Melbourne, Australia to the INR Los Angeles and was treated in February 2015. Improvements in gait, post-stroke spasticity and motor function were documented.
From Queensland and Invercargill to the INR in Boca Raton, Florida September 11, 2014
Two families, one from Queensland, Australia and the other from Invercargill, New Zealand, discuss their spouses improvements following treatment within the past week at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, 5 years and 3 years after stroke, respectively. Begins with husband discussing his wife Katie’s improvements following treatment, and the reduced caregiver burden.
“I lift my arm so high” from Adelaide to the INR in Los Angeles, in September 2014
16 months after stroke, the patient, from Adelaide, Australia, her son, and the patient’s carer travel to the INR in Los Angeles, California. Chronic neurological dysfunction produced by stroke and traumatic brain injury has long been thought to be irreversible. A scientific discovery by the INR, as documented in the video above, now promises to change current thinking about the potential for recovery of function, even years after the acute event. Filmed at the INR in Los Angeles on September 3, 2014 and September 11, 2014.
From Melbourne, Australia to the INR Boca Raton, Florida November 2014
More than 4 years after his acquired brain injury and stroke, a son and his mother travel from Melbourne, Australia to the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, Florida for treatment.
From Invercargill, New Zealand nearly 3 years after stroke
Rapid improvement 10 years after brain injury
From Dunedin, New Zealand to the INR Los Angeles, June 2014
Rapid neurological recovery beginning within minutes, 1.5 years after stroke in a patient from New Zealand. The patient’s wife describes improvement in walking ability, language abilities, sensation, vision, hearing, taste, etc.
Dave and Brenda’s story is published in the Otago Daily Times: “Rising to the challenge of a stroke” by Eileen Goodwin on Sunday, July 6, 2014:
“A Dunedin man thought to be the first New Zealander to undergo innovative stroke treatment in the United States believes it has improved his speech and walking, while reducing fatigue and pain….”
“Before I just sleep … now I’m awake” From Sydney to the INR, November 2014
More than 5 years after his stroke, a husband and wife travel from Sydney, Australia, to the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, Florida, for treatment.
A new patented scientific discovery by the INR, as documented in the videos above, now promises to change current thinking about the potential for recovery after stroke or brain injury, even years later.
Exemplary Literature Reference:
- Tobinick E, Kim NM, Reyzin G, Rodriguez-Romanacce H, Depuy V. Selective TNF Inhibition for Chronic Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury: An Observational Study Involving 629 Consecutive Patients Treated with Perispinal Etanercept. CNS Drugs. 2012;26(12):1051-70.