How to Be “Stronger After Stroke” Using Constraint Induced Therapy

Author and Researcher Peter Levine of the University of Cincinnati tackles the topic of stroke and how Physical Therapists manage stroke survivors.  During the interview with Jeff Worrell, he lists the 4 key components of rehab that must be present in order to achieve neuroplastic change.  Rehab for brain injured patients must contain:

  1. Repetition
  2. Task Specificity
  3. Mass Practice
  4. Challenge

Tune in to learn more about these key components and how you can apply constraint induced therapy to your patients.  Should a stroke patient use an AFO?  Check out Stronger After Stroke at Amazon to learn more about these concepts and much more.  For more information or to send a message to Peter Levine, send an email to

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