Stroke is one of the important causes of disabilities worldwide. It has been reported that 90% of the patients of stroke have compromised functioning, suggesting a higher burden of disabilities in these patients. The disabilities can be in the form of physical or psychological disturbances. Stroke in every patient is different; hence disabilities differ from person to person. The nature of disability or limitations depends on the part of the brain affected because of stroke, severity of stroke, patients over all general health and the underlying co-morbid conditions.
Stroke is an event that occurs in any person of any age group. According to WHO, 1 in 6 people are expected to experience a stroke event some time in their life.
Paras Darbhanga has a well developed specialised clinic and clinical protocols to provide the best for treatment and management of stroke side effects, disabilities and provide rehabilitation post a stroke event. The robust rehabilitation team is able to improve on the disabilities that affect the stroke patients. Special nutritional plans and diet counselling is provided to the patients and their care givers. The clinic is also well supported by a psychologist to provide the well needed emotional guidance to the patients and the care givers, as stroke is a limiting factor on most families.