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I don’t put much stock in milestones and am not given to long posts like this (so please scroll past at no great loss), but it occurred to me suddenly this year that I’ve been teaching, pretty much as a full-time job, for 20 years.
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[ARTICLE] Efficacy of robot-assisted fingers training in chronic stroke survivors: a pilot randomized-controlled trial - Full Text PDF
Background: While constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) is one of the most promising techniques for upper limb rehabilitation after stroke, it requires high residual function to start with. 286 more words
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All is well for the University of the East as it closed a tight 60-59 victory over University of Sto.Tomas on Saturday in the FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Opening at The Arena, San Juan City. 148 more words
[ARTICLE] Effects of a single session of transcranial direct current stimulation on static balance in a patient with hemiparesis: a case study - Full Text PDF
Cerebrovascular accident (stroke) is characterized by an abrupt onset of focal or global neurological signs and symptoms. Asymmetry of the limbs is common following a stroke due to hemiplegia or hemiparesis. 161 more words
[ARTICLE] New design of home-based dynamic hand splint for hemiplegic hands: a preliminary study - Full Text PDF
Hemiplegia following a stroke can affect hand movement; therefore, reconstructing hand function is the most desired outcome for stroke patients. The purpose of this study was to explore the application of rehabilitation through the use of a dynamic hand splint and observes its effects on the muscle strength and functional activity of the affected hands. 161 more words
[ARTICLE] Modified constraint-induced movement therapy for clients with chronic stroke: interrupted time series (ITS) design - Full Text PDF
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact that modified constraint-induced movement therapy has on upper extremity function and the daily life of chronic stroke patients. 183 more words
[ARTICLE] A Mirror Therapy–Based Action Observation Protocol to Improve Motor Learning After Stroke - Full Text HTML
Background. Mirror therapy is a priming technique to improve motor function of the affected arm after stroke.
Objective. To investigate whether a mirror therapy–based action observation (AO) protocol contributes to motor learning of the affected arm after stroke. 179 more words