HandTutor, ArmTutor and LegTutor provide evidence based stroke functional rehabilitation

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In the March edition of the BMJ http://bit.ly/fVDXca Dr. Bhalla consultant stroke physician from and her group from Kings College London compare the provision of acute care in South London from 1995-2007. The group found that the likelihood of those with a functional deficit receiving rehabilitation increased significantly over time with patients aged 75 or more being more likely to receive occupational therapy or physiotherapy. however the group found that implementation of evidence based care was not optimal.
The HandTutor, ArmTutor, LegTutor allows physios and occupational therapists to provide evidence based active exercise rehabilitation task training.

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