Stroke Prevention Day – Stroke risk for UK adults could be reduced through starting one small change

UK adults could take steps to avoid having a stroke if more people knew the top…

Telemedicine set to change the future of stroke treatment

New research presented today at the UK Stroke Forum (7-9 December) shows that paramedics could use…

Luton and Dunstable University Hospital adopts geko device

Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is amongst the first in a growing number of NHS hospitals…

South Wales Neurophysiotherapy Centre re-opens to full caseload

Neurophysiotherapist Sara Davis, Clinic Director at Neuro Physio Wales, says since re-opening in June, the team…

Kingston University’s pioneering programme helps stroke survivors during coronavirus lockdown

A pioneering programme to empower people living with complex long-term conditions such as a stroke or…

UK’s leading stroke charity warns research faces long-term threat due to coronavirus pandemic

Almost three quarters (74%) of stroke research projects funded by the Stroke Association have been suspended…

Social isolation increases risk of cardiovascular deaths by almost 50%, new research shows

Those who are socially isolated are over 40% more likely to have a cardiovascular event, such…

Leading Neurophysiotherapist offers UK-wide Skype Consultations to Continue Neuro-Rehabilitation through Lockdown

A leading South Wales neurophysiotherapy clinic is now offering Skype consultations to ensure the clinic’s neuro-rehabilitation…

Changing clinical practice: The burden of post-stroke VTE prevention

Introducing change to clinical practice to address areas of unmet need is complex, both within the…

Air pollution is breaking our hearts: 11,000 UK heart disease & stroke deaths attributed to air pollution

New research reveals that air pollution is associated with detrimental effects on human health, including increased…