Stroke - Cerebrum Health Centers
Repetitive multi-treatment approach to stroke rehabilitation yields measurable results quickly and accelerates recovery.
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“The pain in my arm went from a level 8 or 9 (the point of non-usability) to a level 2 or 3. It’s absolutely wonderful.”


“My experience here has really been great. I’ve got feeling in my left foot, in my left thigh, in my left arm – which all were paralyzed before I came. Those happened because of the brain therapy, because it’s the brain that’s damaged.”

How Cerebrum Health Centers Can Help After A Stroke

Our team of neurology experts begins by performing a full physical and neurological examination, as well as gold standard diagnostics, to connect your specific impairments to the corresponding part of the brain that needs help.

Then we custom tailor treatment plans to YOU, and look at you as a whole person, not just a diagnosis. We perform specific therapies targeted at the parts of the brain that need to re-engage and get stronger, and see incredible improvements in symptoms.

Below are some of the treatment plans that may be implemented with patients who seek treatment at Cerebrum Health Centers:

Physical Exam combined with memory tests

An evaluation of the eyes and their ability to track and focus

Balance and posture testing

Gait analysis

Targeted brain stimulation

Equilibrium and balance improvement

Our patented Off Vertical Axis Rotational Device (OVARD)

Low dose electrical stimulation to “wake up” affected nerves

Custom visual exercises, physical therapy and speech therapy

Most people are aware of the risk of stroke that is associated with high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, etc. What many don’t know is that even minor trauma or injury to arteries in the neck or brain can lead to a stroke. More women die from stroke than breast cancer each year and strokes during pregnancy is more common than women realize, so incidences of tingling, dizziness and vision are often dismissed when stroke could be the cause. The longer the brain is deprived of oxygen, the more neuron death is likely to occur. It is this cell death that can leave individuals with problems like paralysis, chronic headaches, feelings of pain, dizziness, or other lingering symptoms.

Although cell death is permanent, the brain has an amazing ability called neuroplasticity. This means that at Cerebrum Health Centers, we are able to identify where the cell death has occurred and create a customized rehabilitation plan that targets the neurons around the damaged area, strengthening those cells and encouraging new pathways to form to improve the lost functionality and therefore improve the lost quality of life for the individual.


If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke and is left with lingering effects from the stroke, Cerebrum is here to help. Call (855) 444-2724 or fill out the form for a free consultation.

Warning Signs and Symptoms of Stroke

Because there is no guarantee symptoms will resolve, any of the following warning signs should be considered an emergency and medical care should be sought immediately.

Trouble walking

Stumbling, dizziness, loss of balance and coordination.

Vision problems

In one or both eyes may cause you to see double or have blurred or blackened vision.


Or paralysis of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body. If you raise both arms over your head and one arm begins to fall, you may be having a stroke. Similarly, one side of the mouth may become droopy when you try to smile.


That comes on suddenly and is severe which may also be accompanied by vomiting, dizziness, confusion or altered consciousness.

Difficulty speaking

Or understanding speech.

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