Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you want more independence?

  • Are you looking to get more use out of your arm or leg?

  • Would you like to improve your walking?

  • Have you been told you have one year to recover/regain your function?

The brain is amazing in its ability to learn/heal and it’s never too late to regain function! I am 23 years post stroke and to this day I still see recovery in my body. - Stephen


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What is NEURO-IFRAH and how will this help me?

Neuro-Integrative Functional Rehabilitation And Habilitation (NEURO-IFRAH®) is an approach originated by Waleed Al-Oboudi, MOT, OTR/L. It is hands-on integrative approach of all systems of the person as well as all information past and present.

One aspect of rehabilitation is to restore to the fullest physical, mental, social, vocational, economic status thus rehabilitation is not limited. Patients are not only re-acquiring skills they are learning new ones as well. Thus habilitation occurs throughout alongside with rehabilitation.

The powerful words used in the name of the approach gives a small glimpse of the wide scope of this truly dynamic, highly individualized, whole person, functional, inclusive, and visionary approach.

Provided by NEURO-IFRAH®

Every stroke is unique, but strokes tend to affect people in common ways.


affects after a stroke

Left side of brain:

The left hemisphere of the brain controls the movement of the right side of the body. A stroke in the left hemisphere of the brain may cause: 

  • Paralysis on the right side of the body

  • Trouble speaking, reading, writing, or understanding language

  • Changes in mood or the ability to pay attention or learn new information 

  • Problems with concept and generalization 

Right side of brain:

The right hemisphere of the brain controls the movement of the left side of the body. A stroke in the right hemisphere of the brain may cause: 

  • Paralysis on the left side of the body

  • Problems judging distance, size, position and rate of movement and how parts relate to a whole.

  • Judgment difficulties that may cause you to develop an impulsive style unaware of your impairments

  • Left-side neglect — unaware of the world on the left side 

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