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SS Cover Jan/Feb 2009

StrokeSmart™ Magazine


January/February 2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FEATURES


Sexuality After Stroke

You can have a healthy sex life after having a stroke. In fact, it’s a key part of getting back into a normal routine after stroke.


Walking Products to Get You Moving

Walking improvement is a top treatment goal for many stroke survivors. In this issue we look at seven walking aids that might help you reach your goals.


DEPARTMENTS


Mobility

Building Better Balance: Try these four tips.


Caregiver’s Corner

Coaching helped this wife to continue living her life while taking on the new role of caregiver.


Rehabilitation & Recovery

Vision: Some stroke survivors with partial vision loss may have a new treatment option


Prevention

Recognize and control atrial fibrillation (afib) to reduce the risk of stroke.


Accessible Travel

Candy Harrington, author of 101 Accessible Vacations; Travel Ideas for Wheelers and Slow Walkers offers accessible destinations. Try museum hopping in St. Petersburg, Florida.


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Programs Corner


News You Can Use


Gear & Gadgets


Champion of Hope


What’s Going On


 

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