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Does walking help stroke victims to have a better life?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Walking not only improves the quality of life for someone who has suffered from a stroke, but also builds endurance. In this video, Robin Miller, MD talks about how people can get started despite being a bit unstable.

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