The relevance of neurorehabilitation in acute and chronic stroke
Developing better treatment standards in stroke rehabilitation has become a pan-European initiative. What are the main needs of European countries, what is the compelling evidence and are there new promising and affordable treatment concepts stroke patients can benefit from?
Listen to presentations about the “Stroke Action Plan-Europe”, on when to start and how to organize post-stroke neurorehabilitation and on the exciting new frontiers of combining Cerebrolysin with non-invasive brain-stimulation therapies for chronic stroke patients.
Dafin MuresanuPresident of the European Federation of NeuroRehabilitation Societies
Valeria CasoStroke Unit, University of Perugia, Santa Maria della Misericordia Hospital, Perugia, Italy
Sigrid SchwarzSenior Consultant Neurology Department at University Hospital Tulln, Austria
Director of the early rehabilitation department and the neurorehabilitation dayclinic
Andreas WinklerMedical Director Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic Bad Pirawarth, Austria
This webinar is hosted by
President of the European Federation of NeuroRehabilitation Societies
Stroke Rehabilitation in Europe: Still a long way to go
by Valeria Caso
Successful rehabilitation begins in the stroke unit
by Sigrid Schwarz
How can we be more efficient in motor recovery after stroke?
by Andreas Winkler