Stroke/BI Swallowing Videos

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4 yrs. after stroke, improvements in chronic pain & swallowing after treatment by Edward Tobinick, M.D.

4 years after brainstem stroke, improvements in chronic central post-stroke pain and less difficulty in swallowing immediately following perispinal etanercept treatment by Dr. Tobinick, February 28, 2020.

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Immediate improvements 2 years after brainstem stroke. Treatment by Edward Tobinick, M.D., 1/30/20

Perispinal etanercept treatment by Dr. Tobinick. Improvements in pain, swallowing, vision, and breathing. Filmed at the Institute of Neurological Recovery (INR®) in Boca Raton, Florida, on January 30, 2020.

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Many Rapid Improvements 2 years after Stroke, from Iceland to the INR, March 9, 2018

Patient and father, from Iceland, discusses improvements 2 years after stroke. The stroke happened at age 17. Improvements discussed include: spasticity, left neglect, walking, speech, fatigue, and improved ability to swallow.

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From Brazil to the INR Boca Raton: Immediate improvement in speech 3.5 years after severe stroke (quadriparesis)

From Brazil to the INR PLLC in Boca Raton, Florida, in July 2015, 3.5 years after a severe stroke caused intractable chronic quadriparesis.

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