Improving Upper Extremity Motor Impairment

In ”Current Opinion in Neurology”
Dr. Liepert discusses evidence-based interventions aimed at improving upper extremity motor impairment and movement dysfunction. He concludes that extrinsic feedback and sensory training may further improve motor functions.

The HandTutor uses augmented extrinsic feedback in the form of motion feedback and has been showed in controlled clinical trials to increase the rate and extent of hand and wrist movement ability when compared to traditional therapy.


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