MERCEDESZ GHEORGHIAS, DIANA ANDREI, DAN V. POENARU, GHEORGHE MIHAI BANARIU, OANA MICLAU, MARIA ALEXANDRA PREDA, LAVINIA STELEA, MADALINA PALFI, ALEXANDRU LUCHIAN, MIHNEA MUNTEANU ELABORATE WAYS FOR REHABILITATION STROKE PATIENTS USING DRUG TREATMENT WITH CEREBROLYSIN VS. ADVANCED PHYSICAL THERAPY TECHNIQUES Stroke patients are a major problem for their families because of the weight and limitations of recovery procedures. In this study, it is desired to show the benefits of virtual reality utilization both singularly and in tandem with the drug, namely the dual use of virtual realities and cerebrolysin. The aim of the study was to evaluate the overall functioning of patients diagnosed with stroke and their recovery.We compare patients who received drug treatment and physiotherapy and those who benefited from advanced physiotherapy (assisted by virtual reality) and drug treatment. The study group has a total of 42 participants (15 women and 27 men), of whom 22 received medical treatment and 20 underwent medical treatment and a virtual reality based physical therapy. The study also shows the starting point for rehabilitation respectively that how started rehabilitation prior to the 1-year mark and after the 1 year mark.The analysis was carried out over a period of 1.5 years in the hospital with a specially militarized status for the former patients and followers for a period of 1 years and seeing their evolution in several tests of: balance, posture, speed and assessment of the degree of functionality. The Health Improvement Analysis was done on these parameters and on the answers given in a clinical self-evaluation questionnaire. The physical therapy and exercise added to medical treatment play a considerable part in the recovery of overall functioning of patients with stroke.