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Stroke remains a disease that currently causes the highest disability among all diseases with thepotential to induce disability. Approximately 10 percent of stroke cases occur in patients under 45years of age, a period considered productive. Instant and drastic lifestyle changes constitute one of therisk factors for stroke. This is a concern for all of us because it not only holds the potential to lead tofinancial losses for patients and their families but also for th e country.Efforts to restore independence and facilitate a return to work are crucial aspects of evidence-basedrehabilitation management for post-stroke patients. The tagline commemorating International StrokeDay 2023, “Together We Can Be #GreaterThanStroke,”
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Pane, R. V. (2023). Together We Can Be #GreaterThanStroke. Indonesian Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 12(02). https://doi.org/10.36803/indojpmr.v12i02.396
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Together We Can Be #GreaterThanStroke