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It is dangerous without a doctor's clearance. Strokes are caused by blood clots traveling through the veins to the brain. If there are clots elsewhere in the body they could be broken loose before they are dissolved, and travel to the brain to cause another stroke.

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Q: Can you massage a stroke patient?
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