What is Pusher Syndrome?

October 13, 2022
Pusher syndrome is a syndrome where a post-stroke individual pushes away from the non-weak side. Physical therapists can retrain the brain through visual feedback and motor control/motor learning techniques to correct their misperception of being upright when they are tilted to help the patient regain function.

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