Video: Stroke rehabilitation with Sarah Tyson

Video: Stroke rehabilitation with Sarah Tyson

We sat down for an in-depth interview with Professor Sarah Tyson to talk about stroke rehabilitation.

In this interview, we cover Sarah’s research and experience with patient-led therapy during in-patient stroke rehabilitation. She recently presented some of the content of this interview at the ACPIN-INPA International Neurophysiotherapy Conference in London, UK.

Sarah is a professor of rehabilitation at the University of Manchester in the UK and leads the Long-Term Conditions Research Group. She has over 100 publications and £4million of research funding from the Dept of Health, NIHR, research councils, medical charities, professional bodies and the Knowledge Transfer Partnership/Technology Strategy Board.

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Monica is our Physiospot Editor. She is a trained journalist with a keen interest in the physiotherapy profession. As Physiospot Editor, Monica explores stories and physiotherapy news for us with fresh eyes. She is a science and health communicator with experience implementing strategic communications in the not-for-profit, academic, and public sectors. Thanks to physiotherapists, Monica has kept up her love of cross-country skiing and cycling over the years.

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