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Stronger After Stroke puts the power of recovery in the reader's hands by providing simple-to-follow instructions for reaching the highest possible level of recovery. Basic concepts covered include repetition of task-specific practice, proper scheduling of practice, setting goals and measuring recovery. Sections new to the second edition cover the latest research from neuroscience, treatments for recovering sensation as well as recovery strategies for the young stroke survivor. Also included is a breakdown of the phases of recovery and how these phases can provide structure to efforts towards recovery. Stronger After Stroke promotes: The second edition is completely revised throughout incorporating feedback from readers and the latest research data. Peter has written a new chapter on "recovery core concepts" that defines the stages of recovery and explains how these stages can structure efforts toward recovery. There is also a new Question and Answer section culled from the talks Peter regularly gives on the subject.



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Peter G. Levine

Peter G. Levine Email: StrongerAfterStroke (at) Yahoo.comPeter G. Levine is a researcher, author, clinician, adjunct professor, and science communicator. His career in clinical research has been dedicated to finding and reporting on the best systems for driving post-stroke brain plasticity. For two decades Levine has tested emergent stroke neurorehabilitation options including EMG-based gaming, wearable robotics, mental practice, functional electrical stimulation, transcranial magnetic stimulation, and modified constraint-induced therapy (mCIT) . He was the lab co-director at the University of Cincinnati Academic Medical Center, and a Research Associate at Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. He continued his clinical research with The Ohio State University B.R.A.I.N. lab. Levine communicates what he's learned in research through his blog (Google: Stronger After Stroke blog) , dozens of magazine and journal articles, hundreds of professional talks on stroke recovery and brain injury (tinyurl.com/StrongerTalks) , as well as his book, Stronger After Stroke.Peter G Levine* is the author of Stronger After Stroke 3rd ed. (Demos Medical, 2018--multiple translations) * has co-authored more than 60 articles and abstracts (most stroke-specific) published in peer-reviewed journals * is a frequent speaker on the subject of stroke recovery and neuroplasticity.



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