Features May 2015 Issue

Study Finds Motorized Cycling  Enhances Stroke Recovery

Study Finds Motorized Cycling Enhances Stroke Recovery

Cleveland Clinic study suggests that stroke patients who ride a motorized stationary bike do better in improving motor control and regaining independence.

Stroke patients who exercise on a motorized stationary bike appear to have an advantage in relearning everyday tasks, according to a Cleveland Clinic study presented at the 2015 American Stroke Association conference. The stroke patients who participated in the study also experienced significant improvement in the motor function of their arms.

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