Balance and balance self-efficacy are associated with activity and participation after stroke: A cross-sectional study in people with chronic stroke
Severinsen K, Jakobsen JK, Pedersen AR, Overgaard K, Andersen H (2014) Effects of resistance training and aerobic training on ambulation in chronic stroke
Exercise and Executive Function in Individuals With Chronic Stroke
This pilot trial was conducted to verify whether MAT-EMG improved the motor function of paretic extremity in chronic stroke
The study demonstrated that with some assistance, even chronic stroke
patients with significant paralysis on one side can manage to do modified yoga poses.
Improvement of motor function with noninvasive cortical stimulation in a patient with chronic stroke
Data Source: Controlled, multicenter study with 127 chronic stroke
patients randomized to robot-assisted arm movement, conventional intensive arm movement, and usual care.
Michael K, Macko RF (2007) Ambulatory activity intensity profiles, fitness, and fatigue in chronic stroke
Cerebral effects of a single dose of intravenous vinpocetine in chronic stroke
patients: a PET study.
CI therapy, an efficacious neurorehabilitation treatment, produces a plastic structural change involving an increase in gray matter in chronic stroke
The company's lead stem cell therapy, ReN001 for chronic stroke
disability, is in late pre-clinical development.
Independent experts in the fields of heart failure, spinal cord injury and chronic stroke
will provide perspectives on current standards of care and the compounds being developed by Acorda.
A total of 24 patients with subacute, chronic stroke
were allocated into KT and control groups.
Hurkmans et al explored the energy expenditure associated with playing tennis and boxing on the Wii Sports disc in adults with cerebral palsy (Hurkmans et al 2010) and patients with chronic stroke
(Hurkmans et al 2011).
Additionally, results from this trial support the fact that use of the WalkAide produces statistically significant and clinically-relevant improvements in several aspects of subjects' functional mobility and should be considered a viable alternative to conventional bracing for individuals with foot drop caused by chronic stroke