A type of cardiovascular disease.

It affects arteries leading to and within the brain.

A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts.

(American Stroke Association)

  • Brain cells die or are damaged because of lack of oxygen
  • The cells loose some of their functionality resulting in disability
  • Hundreds of thousands are disabled by stroke
  • Tens of thousands of new cases each year
  • Consider cost of care, loss of productivity


  • Most of the stroke patients are usually left with residual palsy which involves spastic hand or foot drop.
  • A well-planned and executed SEMLARASS provides a patient with Stroke with some functional improvement

Risk Factors

    • Prior stroke
    • Older age
    • Family history of stroke
    • Alcoholism
    • Male sex
    • Hypertension
    • Cigarette smoking
    • Hypercholesterolemia
    • Diabetes
    • Use of certain drugs

Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Months or years after the stroke some of the cells partially recover or other cells take over their functionality
  • Rehabilitation helps to restore the functionality of a disabled individual to the highest level of independence possible
  • Rehabilitation improves and enhances the process of recovery
  • RECOUP’s Rehabilitation is a multidisciplinary approach which is focused with intensive rehabilitation
  • The window for recovery after stroke is very short and with help of RECOUP’s intensive protocol’s we have got better results