Look Cool And Protect Your Eyes With Good Quality Biker Glasses There is something unusually cool about riding a smart bike with cool glasses to match and the wind running through your hair. As any biking enthusiast would share with you, the world looks different, better, and way cooler through tinted biker glasses. And why not! Biker glasses are not just any regular styled glasses. Far from that, these are high definition eyeglasses, which tend to make you stand out wherever you turn your ride. In fact, there is a separate, flourishing industry within the larger eyeglass segment that is dedicated to creating only sturdy and stylish biker glasses, so biking enthusiasts all over the world can enjoy their long rides.

Why biker glasses?

Apart from the style quotient, these biker glasses serve the very important part of protecting a biker’s eyes against harsh, strong winds headed his way. At their best speeds, high end, serious bikes can touch tornado speeds, enough to make the wind feel like pellets hitting your face and eyes. That is why apart from a good quality helmet to protect your head, bikers need to also invest in top class eyeglasses that don’t crack or …

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Robotic Therapy Devices Improve Quality of Life For Stroke Survivors According to a research report featured in Physical Therapy “Stroke is the most prevalent cause of adult-onset disability in the United States. An estimated 5.8 million people who have had a stroke have residual neurological deficits.” At 6 months post-stroke, most individuals recovering from stroke cannot incorporate their affected extremity into daily activities, which is likely to reduce the stroke survivor’s perceived quality of life.

This article will discuss multiple forms of stroke therapy including how robotic therapy devices may be an adjunct or viable alternative to the delivery of intensive repetitive task practice therapy to enhance hand or foot function recovery for stroke survivors.

Repetitive task practice therapy, frequently used in a constraint-induced movement therapy regimen, has been proven to improve hand and foot functions as well as quality of life in stroke survivors. Repetitive task practice consists of breaking down tasks into specific segments. These segments are then practiced individually until they can be successfully completed. Afterward, the patient practices integrating the individual segments into an entire task.

Repetitive task practice therapy has been proven to be successful. However, this therapy is extremely labor-intensive, costly and, unfortunately, can …

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