Stroke Facts

- Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. Every 4 minutes, someone dies of stroke.

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Resources

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Providence St. Joseph Medical Center
​501 S. Buena Vista St, Burbank, CA 91505 (enter off of Alameda Blvd.).

Sources: CDC, National Stroke Association, Harvard

Special Report:  COVID-19 & Stroke

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Dr. Mitchell Elkind, President

American Heart Association/American Stroke Association

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Cassie performing at Rancho Los Amigos Rehabilitation Center in Los Angeles, CA

December 2019

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Stroke Survivors and Caregivers!


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For times when you are unable to receive physical and occupational therapy, these videos can help you get the exercise you need!

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radio host, Christopher Ewing, interviews Dr. Mitchell Elkind, 

president of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association 

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Maximizing Movement

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The Stroke Channel.TV is your source for information to help you learn to work with your body to restore mobility through concentrated, specialized exercises and stretches.  Chronic pain and movement limitation following a stroke can mean that you enjoy your life less. We are here to provide you with helpful information by experts in the area of stroke to help you heal your body so you can live your fullest life.

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Stroke Survivor Support Group

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“Life After Stroke Online Support Group” 

Our new online weekly support group that is for those who don’t have access to a support group in their area, or who are unable to attend a support group in their area

because of a physical limitation.

 

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Open to stroke survivors, as well as caregivers!  

IMPORTANT UPDATE: 

Due to the coronavirus, Providence St. Joseph Medical Center has placed visitation limitations on everyone entering the hospital.  Thus, the weekly stroke support group is only being held online until further notice.

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Singer, and stroke survivor, Cassie Thornburg performs "Live - On Stage" for the first time since her stroke!

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- About 87% of all strokes are ischemic strokes,

in which blood flow to the brain is blocked by a clot. 


-Approx. 13% are hemorrhagic strokes, in which a blood vessel in the brain explodes.


- About 50% of people who have hemorrhagic strokes die within a matter of days.