Catherine Gibson My Stroke Survivor Story: All my life all I ever wanted to do was help people. I knew from a very young age that I wanted to become a nurse so I could do just that. In 2003 I graduated with a degree in Nursing from Spalding University. After working in the nursing …
Today, new neuroimaging technology and electric recording methods like functional magnetic resonance imaging and electroencephalography are giving neurologists a previously unseen glimpse into the human brain as people listen to rhythms, corroborating what clinicians have been saying for decades about the restorative power of music. Read more on Mashable.com
One Stroke Forward Foundation co-founder and CMO, Kelly Marsh tells her stroke story to UC Health.
Kelly and Brad shared the story of Kelly’s stroke and the recovery her and Brad fought so hard with Local 12 Medical Reporter Liz Bonis. Enjoy the video below. You can read the full story on Local12.com.