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Muscle Weakness due to Stroke
Experimental Therapy for Muscle Strength Recovery

FRAS The Functional Recovery After Stroke Study

Over a three month period, FRAS participants will receive:

Six IV treatments containing an experimental nutritional therapy or inactive placebo
Undergo periodic evaluation of muscle strength and functional status

Individuals participating in FRAS will have:

Stable, one-sided muscle weakness, 3 months to 4 years out from a stroke
Be healthy enough to come to the office for treatment and follow-up
Be free of other conditions that cause muscle weakness
Be able to communicate verbally with the study staff            


For further information about the FRAS Stroke Study please contact:

Debra Braun, Research Coordinator
Comprehensive Heart Care


This study may also be referred to as the Relox Stroke Recovery Study


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