I'm Aoi Hashima , an occupational therapist working in Saga Sumai and Fukuoka.
While providing recovery support for stroke patients, I continue to look for better ways while researching various things.
We sometimes get questions from people who actually offer recovery support, social media, etc., like "What's the best recovery content?"
Because of the widespread use of the Internet and the ardent desire of people with disabilities for better recovery, I feel that people with disabilities know more about rehabilitation than ever before.
While access to recovery information has become easier, concerns and questions may increase due to information overload.
I think there will be a lot of information and everyone will be worried about recovery.
Here's a word for those who are concerned about the content of recovery or have questions about other recovery methods.
"I don't think there's a one-size-fits-all approach to recovery that works for everyone after a stroke."
is the word.
Symptom-matched recovery, goal-matched recovery, and disease-stage time-matched recovery.
Even in the 'Guide to Stroke Treatment' that I frequently refer to on my blog, there is no mention of a one-size-fits-all rehab.
It is said that 60% to 90% of patients generally meet the guidelines.
As a recovery method after a stroke, I
We use the following concepts for rehabilitation.
However, in addition to cognitive neurorehabilitation, we also use CI therapy and the Bobath concept to rehabilitate patients on a patient-by-patient basis.
Instead of doing what the rehab staff wants to do, choose what we are sure the patient needs.
In order to provide patient-appropriate rehabilitation support, it is important for rehabilitation personnel to learn extensive rehabilitation content.
As for the content of recovery, let's not compare with others. Our current method is to work hard.
☆*:.｡.Thank you for reading till the end.｡.:*☆
This article was reprinted on October 13 , 2022 on Aoi Hashima's blog " Stroke Rehabilitation Longevity Consultation Center " .