Tamaya Van Criekinge, PT
Are you reaching the recommended daily step goal of 10,000 steps for achieving a desirable level of physical activity? During routine daily activities, this is already considered a difficult task, and it becomes harder when having to deal with activity impairments. People living with stroke spend only half of the recommended time being active as compared to healthy individuals and are subsequently at high risk of developing sedentary behavior. Since prolonged sedentary behavior can damage your physical and mental health, it is important to gain insight into these unhealthy movement behavior patterns of people living with stroke. As the authors suggest, this provides health care providers with important information regarding the identification of the right persons with specific behaviors for targeted interventions.