magnet therapy may help some stroke survivors recover
It can be an all too common scenario among certain stroke survivors. They can’t see or recognize anything on one side of their body. This condition often occurs after a stroke on the right side of the brain and is typically treated with a combination of physical therapy and brain re-training or mental tasks using a pen and paper or computer. This is often not enough to make a meaningful improvement. Now new research in Neurology suggests that stimulating the nerve cells in the brain with magnet therapy may aid recovery.