Brain.rehab provide educational and exercise training to further improve the brain and physical function after stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI) regardless of your age, the severity of disability or duration.
FREE online training
The FREE online training of brain.rehab provides the best insights in the fields of brain and physical training, energy management, sleep, neuroplasticity, and nutrition (and many other topics).
Brain.rehab was developed by stroke survivor Linda Rådestad and Arjan Kuipers, chiropractor/ functional neurologist, who developed a passion for brain-related issues because his mother suffered from brain stem migraines (after a series of head injuries). Arjan has seen and developed training for patients with a brain injury for the past 30 years.
Linda was 43 when a severe stroke hit her in 2016. At that time she was an internet entrepreneur and mother of three. Linda is a problem solver pure sang and decided after her stroke to put her innovative and analytic strength to good use by coming up with better solutions for fellow stroke survivors. She has published the book STROKE REBEL (free audio-book at https://www.brain.rehab/stroke-rebel-audio-book ) to show what is possible when thinking out of the box. Doctors told her she would never walk or talk again, she proved them wrong (see her TEDx talk).
Both Linda and Arjan, frustrated by the lack of usable solutions for stroke survivors and those with a brain injury, see brain.rehab as their magnum opus and culmination of their lives work.
Far before regular healthcare
They take pride in providing science-based solutions far before regular healthcare can do so.
We do not pretend to have a solution for everyone
"We do not pretend to have a solution for everyone but see that many big opportunities are missed at present"
The worldwide stroke burden
The worldwide stroke burden is growing very fast, and there is now an urgent need for acceptable and affordable stroke, management and rehabilitation strategies to be developed and implemented worldwide.
Stroke is the second leading cause of death worldwide. Every two seconds, someone in the world has a stroke. Currently, about 10 % of stroke victims recover almost completely, 25% recover with minor impairments, 40 % have moderate to severe impairments requiring special care, and 10 % need attention in a nursing home or other long-term care facility. Worldwide stroke-related illness, disability, and early death are set to double in the next 15 years.
Along the process of Linda’s rehabilitation, Arjan and Linda fell in love. They are now living together in Germany, Cyprus and Sweden.
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