Improvement in hand impairment chronic stroke

stroke occupational therapy

Reporting in the January edition of Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Neurorehabilitation Dr Taub and his team present a pilot study that suggests that stroke patients with plegic hands can benefit from Constraint–Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) CIMT combined with some conventional rehabilitation techniques including physical and occupational therapy, even long after brain injury.

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  1. Can i get the complete article?

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