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Physical Changes

There are a wide range of physical changes that may occur in a person depending on the location and severity of their stroke: subtle to severe weakness of muscles on one side of the body, changes in vision, decreased sense of one's limbs/body in space, decreased balance, pain and inability to control one's bowel or bladder. Each stroke is different and very specific to each individual, so treatment for a person after a stroke varies depending on their needs.

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