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Karen Klingman, PhD, associate professor of nursing, and George Fulk, PhD, professor of physical therapy
Karen Klingman, PhD, associate professor of nursing, and George Fulk, PhD, professor of physical therapy

Sleep is important during recovery from stroke, researchers say

Problems with sleep can worsen a person's health in the year after a stroke. Discussing their research on this topic are physical therapist George Fulk, PhD, professor of physical therapy in the Upstate College of Health Professions, and nurse Karen Klingman, PhD, associate dean and associate professor in the Upstate College of Nursing. They explain their recommendations for those who are recovering from a stroke, and why sleep is so important for recovery. Click here to see their research project.
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