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WESTMINSTER, Maryland — Therafit Rehab, one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier providers of physical, occupational and speech therapy for people with neurological conditions or traumatic injuries, announced it will host a free stroke webinar online at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday, May 26. Registration for the webinar is open, and space is limited to 100 attendees.

Justin Gilligan, vice president of Therafit Rehab and a licensed physical therapist assistant, will host the webinar via a Zoom meeting. He will provide education on the causes of strokes, tips to shortening their negative effects, exercises to boost recovery progress at home, and more. The webinar will last approximately one hour.

“Some strokes can cause significant damage, but that damage need not be permanent,” Gilligan said. “With accurate assessments and correct therapy, we can help stroke victims regain strength and balance in their movement, dexterity in performing activities of daily living, and confidence in speech. Our stroke recovery webinar will touch on many of these aspects of strokes.”

The webinar is open to the public and intended for people of all ages who have suffered a stroke. Spouses and caregivers are welcome.

Advance registration is required as space is limited. Register online at therafitrehab.com/stroke-webinar or by calling your local Therafit Rehab.

Towson
1220 E. Joppa Rd.
Suite 109
Towson, MD 21286
410-415-1992

Westminster
511 Jermor Ln.
Suite 102
Westminster, MD 21157
410-871-2494

Woodlawn
7138 Windsor Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21244
443-364-8182

Middletown
1275 NJ Route 35
Suite 7
Middletown, NJ 07748
732-639-0068

For more information on Therafit Rehab’s free stroke webinar or to register, visit therafitrehab.com/stroke-webinar.

As a healthcare provider (and not a “gym”), Therafit Rehab remains open and treating patients, while adhering to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) standards and guidelines for facility and equipment sanitation and health. Therapy and movement remain essential to boost immune systems and wellness in people with neurological conditions or traumatic injuries. Appointments remain available for in-clinic, in-home, and telehealth therapy sessions.

For more information, visit therafitrehab.com/coronavirus.

About Therafit Rehab
Therafit Rehab is dedicated to providing specialized, activity-based therapy and fitness programs for children, adults, and seniors with disabilities to rehabilitate them and restore their quality of life. President and owner Gina Della founded Therafit Rehab in 2006 in the basement of her Westminster home. Initially providing care for her brother who suffered a traumatic brain injury and loss of mobility after being struck by a drunk driver in 2002, the company has since expanded to four locations in Maryland and one in Middletown, New Jersey. Learn more about Therafit Rehab at therafitrehab.com and by following @therafitrehab on social media.