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To study the effect of sensorimotor integration exercises on balance and fall efficacy in sub-acute stroke by performing 18 balance training exercises with three progressive steps.
Balance impairment after stroke is significantly correlated with fall risk. To improve balance and reduce fall efficacy, the participants in the study group will be trained by six weeks three progressive steps of sensorimotor integration exercises. Each exercise step will take 30 minutes of a practice session, three sessions per week. Conventional physiotherapy (passive and active exercises and lower extremities strengthening exercises) will be given to the control group. The changes in balance performance and fall efficacy will be measured and compared within and between groups.
sensory motor integration exercises, conventional physiotherapy
National Rehabilitation Hospital
Published on BioPortfolio: 2018-07-18T11:04:14-0400
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