Reuters: Long-term stroke survivors believe they do better with horse, music therapy

| Posted in Brain Education, Brain Injury, Brain Research

A small Swedish study of stroke patients finds that activities such as horseback riding and rhythm-and-music therapy can help them feel like they’re recovering faster, even if their stroke occurred years earlier. After 12 weeks of twice-weekly lessons, 56 percent in the riding group and 38 percent in the music group said they had experienced meaningful recovery compared to 17 percent who were not given any extra activity. (June 15, 2017)

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