Rocky Mountain Stroke Center's mission is to provide information, rehabilitation, and support to stroke survivors and their families in Colorado, and provide education to the greater community about stroke.
The Center provides outpatient services in the form of rehabilitation classes, individual counseling and skill building labs, and stroke survivor and caregiver support groups. For more info, visit the Rehabilitation Programs page.
Tip for Stroke Recovery
Focus on Good Nutrition
As your brain and body recover from the secondary effects of a stroke, you can boost recovery by focusing on proper nutrition. Some of the best foods for stroke recovery are whole foods like vegetables, nuts, and whole grains. It may also help to limit saturated fat and sugar intake, as these foods limit “neuronal and behavioral plasticity.”
Also, be sure that your diet is rich in vitamins for stroke recovery. If you don’t get enough vitamins through your diet, consult with your doctor before taking any new vitamins or supplements.
Stop a Stroke - B.E. F.A.S.T.
watch for sudden loss of balance
check for vision loss or change
look for an uneven or drooping smile
check if one arm is weak or paralyzed
listen for slurred or unrecognizable speech
call 911 right away
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