What to know about stroke recovery

What to know about stroke recovery

Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You may be familiar with the signs of stroke, but do you know what happens during stroke recovery? Stroke is a leading cause of death among...
What happens after a TIA?

What happens after a TIA?

Did you know that many people experience a warning sign of sorts before having a stroke? It’s true— almost 15 percent of all strokes are preceded by a TIA, what’s often called a “mini-stroke.” So, if you or a loved one have a TIA, what happens next? We often think of...
This N That: Comprehensive stroke coverage

This N That: Comprehensive stroke coverage

This N That host James Howard interviews Dr. James Fleming from The Southeast Regional Stroke Center at Erlanger Health System. When we say stroke, Dr. Fleming, what exactly is going on in our head? Good question. A stroke happens when you have blood flow cut off to...
Why 24/7 stroke coverage makes a difference

Why 24/7 stroke coverage makes a difference

For people who suffer a stroke, faster treatment greatly improves patient outcome. Leading the way in stroke care, the Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Center provides a 24/7 rapid-response stroke team that can diagnose and treat patients in minutes. This 24/7...