In this review: Physical Activity Behavior and Its Association With Global Cognitive Function Three Months After Stroke: The Nor-COAST Study (PTJ: Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Journal)
From PTJ: Cognitive Function Poststroke May Affect Physical Capacity
Researchers in Norway believe that attention to cognitive function early on could help patients achieve crucial PA goals.
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