Memory training may be able to help you improve your cognitive abilities after a stroke. A stroke occurs when a blood vessel in the brain bursts and bleeds. It may also be the result of a blockage in blood flowing to the brain.

The result can be fatal. While immediate medical attention can lessen the long-term damage, there is no cure for the condition. People who’ve suffered a stroke, experience symptoms that vary from difficulty walking and speaking to facial numbness and memory loss.

If you or your loved one are among the 15 million people who suffer stroke worldwide each year, Brain Fitness Centers of Florida is here to help.

Why Choose The Brain Fitness Centers of Florida?

The Brain Fitness Centers of Florida was founded by Dr. Scranton in 2008. Since then, he and his team have evaluated approximately 9,000 patients and treated nearly 3,500 patients in the area of brain function enhancement. Of which, 80 – 90%, experience meaningful improvement.

Brain Fitness Centers of Florida’s approach to individually tailored programs aids patients with improved memory, cognitive abilities, functional outcomes, and overall quality of life. Approximately 250 evidence-based studies support our rehab tools and methods, as do many happy patient reviews.

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How it Works:

If you’ve experienced a stroke and can communicate effectively, we may be able to help with personalized memory training.

When you choose Brain Fitness Centers of Florida to assist with your cognitive development, we’ll start by assessing your existing issues and areas in need of improvement. Next, you’ll consult with Dr. Scranton and discuss the results. The doctor will then create a comprehensive program designed specifically for you and your needs. This program will focus on brain exercise, stress management, physical wellness, and nutrition. With the right program, exercises, and brain fitness, we’ll work to help improve cognitive functions such as attention and working memory. Consistent training and exercising are critical to preserving your cognitive advances post-stroke. This will require initiative, but it doesn’t mean you’re alone. Our team of clinicians remains available for assistance and support.

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Enduring the pain and life-changing effects of a stroke are traumatic. We’re here to help improve the overall quality of your life and provide a sense of normalcy back to your every day. If you want to experience the benefits of our memory training give us a call at (727) 608-7378 or contact us here on our website.

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