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New Stroke Treatment Enables People Who Have Been Confined to a Wheelchair to Walk Again Utilizing Stretching Therapy Together With Perispinal Etanercept Injections
Date:10/23/2013

(PRWEB) October 23, 2013

Phillip Koss, owner of http://www.strechforlife.com/ is quick to point out that this process is no panacea. A severely disabled individual will need weeks of daily treatments, as much as two hours twice daily. Commitment and dedication is required of both the patient and practitioner. Each session is individually tailored to meet the specific needs of the person at each stage in the process. Since 2009, Stretch for Life has been enabling persons with stroke and traumatic brain injury (TBI) to regain feeling and function. The process involves full body stretching, massage, acupressure, strength training coupled with mental focus, breathing and visualization to eliminate spasticity and restore feeling and muscle function. Once the habitually tight muscles have been coaxed into relaxing, the relaxation is permanent. Persons who have been in chronic pain report the pain is alleviated.The process begins as a series of treatments to relax the tight muscles and continues as a relearning to use the atrophied muscles. Lastly, the procedure involves exercises to restore strength and coordination.

"By pretreating a client with perispinally administered etanercept (Enbrel), we vastly speed up the entire process and obtain results that would not be possible without the Enbrel," stated Phillip Koss a ATQDA certified motor skills specialist. For example, an individual with stroke who is completely unable to walk and confined to a wheelchair could, after a series of daily treatments over several months, walk with a walker or even crutches. When such an individual is pretreated with perispinally administered Enbrel, the treatment is shortened from several months to a few weeks
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