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Lower repeat stroke risk

After you’ve had one stroke, you’re at higher risk for having another. But the good news is there are things you can do to reduce the chances of a stroke happening again. Taking your medicine, doing stroke rehabilitation, and making healthy lifestyle changes can all help. Learn more about these strategies and the action you can take to help prevent another stroke.

If you have more questions regarding your repeat stroke risk, contact board-certified cardiologist Dr. John Trujillo discuss your health and ways to lessen the chances of another stroke. To schedule a consultation at our cardiology clinic in Washington, D.C., please call (240) 449-1100 or request an appointment through our secure online form.

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