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It is an extremely rare neurological condition. It is also known as Hypoxic Action Myoclonus. Typically affects 0.5% of patients who have been resuscitated after a cardiac arrest. Due to cardiac arrest, the brain, in rare cases suffers a lack of oxygen (hypoxic brain injury) which leads to myoclonus i.e involuntary abrupt irregular muscle contractions. Myoclonus may start within 48 hours or sometimes days to weeks after successful CPR. There is no EEG correlation available.

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Complications that we Treat


Speech and Language Therapy

Expected Outcome

Improved articulation and speed of speech


Neuromuscular Facilitation

Expected Outcome

Improves the sensory system


Progressive Strengthening

Expected Outcome

Gradual improvement in activities of daily living


Gait Training

Expected Outcome

Improves step length and speed


Full Body Training

Expected Outcome

Improves overall wellbeing and confidence

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Information Related to
Lance-Adams Syndrome

  • Lance-Adams Syndrome

  • Disrupted sensory-motor system
  • Bouncy gait pattern
  • Speech issues

  • Hypoxic Brain Injury

  • Improved sensory-motor system
  • Improvement in gait patterns
  • Improved speech

Our CARE Delivery Model

Most effective programs designed and delivered by experts

How do we Deliver Care

Video Consultation
with our Neuro Rehabilitation Specialist

Our Specialist prepares a customized rehabilitation protocol

We submit the detailed treatment plan with the pricing to deliver care

You choose the plan and opt to pay

We agree for a date to start a TELE-REHAB program

We monitor the progress for a better you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Rehabilitation plays an important role in getting you better post this illness. Along with the medications which help to control the electrical activities in the brain, rehab programs make your functional activities better. The duration of the program will be longer but if done consistently it produces favorable outcomes.

Yes. The exercises target the smaller components involved in walking patterns. These components when strengthened individually improves the overall walking pattern.

The best way to ensure ongoing recovery is a daily program. If Onsite rehab is not possible then Tele Rehab ensures the patient is accessible to rehab delivered by qualified experts through live demonstrations.

Periodic assessments are conducted. Videos and live demonstrations by our experts also ensure the continuous monitoring of the patient's progress.