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Every year in America, over 795,000 people will have a stroke that results in death or disability.

For an estimated one-third of these patients, significant assistance with activities of daily living will be required.  In an ischemic stroke, cerebral blood flow is impaired and irreversible neural injury occurs within minutes.  However, the tissue that surrounds the area directly affected by the ischemic stroke is at risk but has the potential for neural repair.  This tissue can remain in a dysfunctional state for months to years after the stroke has occurred.  Cell death and a decrease in neuronal activity after an ischemic stroke can be caused by excitotoxicity, oxidative stress, inflammation, and apoptosis, all of which have a hypoxic factor.  Repair of the tissue and generation of new synaptic connections is prevented by hypoxia.  Ischemic strokes account for 87% of stroke cases while hemorrhagic strokes account for 13% of stroke cases.   

The Oxford Center approaches stroke recovery from multiple angles. Our therapies focus on both physical recovery as well as neurological recovery.

Learn more about each therapy we utilize below.

Schedule an appointment

Call 248-486-3636 to schedule a free discovery session with The Oxford Center’s medical staff.

Discovery Session

You’ll sit down with one of our medical staff to discuss your individual health history and condition.

Schedule Your Treatments

Schedule your treatments with any of our schedulers at the front desk or over the phone.