Virtual-reality balance training with a video-game system improves dynamic balance in chronic stroke
ExploringTheta Burst Stimulation as an intervention to improve motor recovery in chronic stroke
However, the improvements in Box and Blocks score seen here are similar to the gains observed in a prior home-based telerehabilitation study with chronic stroke
subjects that incorporated virtual line-tracking with a finger goniometer, which reported changes of 2.
Page SJ, Fulk GD, Boyne P Clinically important differences for the upper-extremity Fugl-Meyer Scale in peopIe with minimaI to moderate impairment due to chronic stroke
2] peak, cardiovascular health (lower resting blood pressure, heart rate) and measures of functional capacity but the majority of research has been performed in chronic stroke
For people with chronic stroke
, something like yoga in a group environment is cost effective and appears to improve motor function and balance," Arlene Schmid, lead researcher of the study from Indiana University, said.
Srivastava A, Taly AB, Gupta A, et at Post-stroke depression: prevalence and relationship with disability in chronic stroke
Forced use of hemiplegic upper extremities to reverse the effect of learned non-use among chronic stroke
and head injured patients.
SAN ANTONIO -- Regular sessions of arm and hand movement rehabilitation exercises helped chronic stroke
patients significantly improve their motor capacity, motor skills, and ability to perform daily activities in a randomized study with 127 Veterans Affairs patients.
This report presents qualitative accounts from a pilot clinical study of six chronic stroke
Interestingly, stairs training has been included in community-based group programs for people with chronic stroke
(Eng et al 2003).
In patients with chronic stroke
and impaired hand movements, electrical somatosensory stimulation (ESS) of the median nerve of the affected hand appears to enhance motor function, according to results of a small study conducted in Germany.
Plasma fibrinogen levels were found significantly higher in chronic stroke
patients compared to normal controls (Tsuda et al.
We included chronic stroke
patients (n = 47) along with control patients obtained from Open Access Series of Imaging Studies (OASIS).
Under the contract extension, Angel Biotechnology will continue manufacturing a cell bank and clinical grade material in connection with chronic stroke