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New rehabilitation methods for amputees, stroke patients developed

When use of a dominant hand is lost by amputation or stroke, a patient is forced to compensate by using the nondominant hand exclusively for precision tasks like writing or drawing. Presently, the beh...

New rehabilitation methods suggested for amputees and stroke patients

When use of a dominant hand is lost by amputation or stroke, a patient is forced to compensate by using the nondominant hand exclusively for precision tasks like writing or drawing. Presently, the beh...

Study suggests new rehabilitation methods for amputees and stroke patients

When use of a dominant hand is lost by amputation or stroke, a patient is forced to compensate by using the nondominant hand exclusively for precision tasks like writing or drawing. Presently, the beh...

MU study suggests new rehabilitation methods for amputees and stroke patients

(University of Missouri-Columbia) When use of a dominant hand is lost by amputation or stroke, a patient is forced to compensate by using the nondominant hand exclusively for precision tasks like writ...

New improved rehabilitation techniques for patients suffering from amputation and stroke

When use of a dominant hand is lost by amputation or stroke, a patient is forced to compensate by using the nondominant hand exclusively for precision tasks like writing or drawing.

Clinical Trial Tests Possible Benefits of Brain Stimulation on Hand and Arm Movement Following Stroke

New Approach Could Change Common Practices of Care for Certain Stroke PatientsRead more about Clinical Trial Tests Possible Benefits of Brain Stimulation on Hand and Arm Movement Following Stroke Comm...

Changes in motor function in the unaffected hand of stroke patients should not be ignored

(Neural Regeneration Research) Changes in motor function in the unaffected hand of stroke patients should not be ignored.

Missouri Study Sheds Light on Stroke Rehab

COLUMBIA, MO -- Researchers at the University of Missouri are studying the ways in which a patient compensates when losing a dominant hand, and suggest improved rehabilitation techniques for those suf...

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The short-term effect of gloving in combination with Traditional Thai Massage, heat, and stretching exercise to improve hand mobility in scleroderma patients.

Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a chronic, multisystem connective tissue disorder characterized by autoimmune activation, microvascular endothelium damage, and excessive collagen proliferation. The most a...

Botulinum toxin type-A in the management of spastic equinovarus deformity after stroke. Comparison of 2 injection techniques.

To retrospectively compare 2 injection techniques in the management of spastic equinovarus deformity after stroke.

Increased Force Variability in Chronic Stroke: Contributions of Force Modulation below 1 Hz.

Increased force variability constitutes a hallmark of arm disabilities following stroke. Force variability is related to the modulation of force below 1 Hz in healthy young and older adults. However,...

Development of a Biomimetic Hand Exotendon Device (BiomHED) for Restoration of Functional Hand Movement Post-Stroke.

Significant functional impairment of the hand is common among stroke survivors and restoration of hand function should be prioritized during post-stroke rehabilitation. The goal of this study was to d...

Devil's claw root: ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding?

Harpagophytum procumbens, or devil's claw, is an African plant whose root is used to relieve minor joint symptoms. Several cases of gastrointestinal bleeding associated with the use of devil's claw ro...

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