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Motor Imagery Ability in Patients With Stroke

Motor imagery (MI) might be described as a dynamic process in which an individual mentally stimulates an action without any overt movement. After stroke, motor imagery ability is impaired and also due to structure of MI, not every stroke patients is able to perform MI. Therefore, the aim of the study is a) to compare the motor imagery ability of stroke patients and healthy participants, b) to define motor imagery ability of stroke patients in accordance with their demographical...


Measuring Motor Imagery Ability in Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury.

1. Validation of translated Motor Imagery ability questionnaire MIQ-RS 2. Investigating the Motor Imagery ability in patients with traumatic brain injury

Turkish Version of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire-3

Motor imagery is the mental representation of movement without any body movement. According to recent studies motor imagery contains three strategies to mentally simulate the movements: internal visual, external visual and kinesthetic imagery. Motor imagery is associated with cortical reorganization and functional improvements and it does not only related with motor performance, it also influces cognitions. Movement Imagery Questionnaire-3 (MIQ-3) is the recent, modified versio...


Motor Imagery Training in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

Motor imagery training facilitates the neural plasticity with increasing the neuronal cortical pathways in the brain. Motor imagery training is an effective way in stroke survivors. However, its effects in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) are not known. Additionally, telerehabilitation based motor imagery training is very rare treatment way which requires more research. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the effect of telerehabilitation based motor imagery training o...

Motor Imagery Ability After Stroke

Individuals with stroke may experience sensory-motor deficit and/or neglect, with possible reduction in motor imagery ability (MI). To our knowledge, no study completely investigated MI ability in one individual whereas MI practice can be performed using visual or kinesthetic modalities (respectively visualizing with mind's eyes or imagining movement using sensation) and internal or external perspectives (performing action as spectator or as actor). This study aims to investiga...

Effects of a Motor Imagery Exercise Protocol in Patients With Fibromyalgia

The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of a novel approach with a motor imagery-based exercise program versus conventional rehabilitative approach in fibromyalgia syndrome (FM): reduction of pain was set as the primary outcome.

The Influence of Motor Imagery in Fine Motor Skills

The main purpose of this study is to ascertain whether the application of Motor Imagery together with normal practice improves fine motor skills in disabled individuals.

Turkish Version of the Kinesthetic and Visual Imagery Questionnaire

Imagery was determined with two strategies to mentally simulate the movements: visual and kinesthetic imagery. Visual motor imagery (VMI) is associated with spatial coordinates of a movement in the environment and through this speacility VMI applies mainly to imagery of moving objects or to movement of another person in the imagined environment, although imaging one's own movement is also possible. Kinesthetic motor imagery depends on dynamic relationship among the individual, ...

SLeep and IMagery Correlates

This study is designed to determine the neural networks underlying the sleep-related motor consolidation process following motor imagery practice. While beneficial effects of sleep are expected for sequential movement but not for adaptation motor tasks, the corresponding neuroanatomical correlates have not yet been investigated when participants acquired the motor tasks through mental practice. Data should substantially promote how designing motor imagery interventions targetin...

A Pilot Study to Investigate the Effect of Motor Imagery on Dynamic Balance of Asymptomatic Students

This study intended to investigate the effect of imagining a movement task on dynamic balance of sedentary university students. Two groups with good mental imaging ability were studied; one group receiving instructions on mental imagery and the other served as a control receiving no particular intervention. Any improvement in the balance ability was measured using the star excursion balance test (SEBT); for it has good to excellent test-retest reliability and validity as establ...

Motor Imagery for Reach-to-grasp Rehabilitation After Tetraplegia

Single center, pilot study, to evaluate the influence of Motor Imagery (MI) on functional rehabilitation and cerebral plasticity through the qualitative and quantitative mental practice approach. For this, the investigators will use magnetoencephalography (MEG) but also physiological and behavioral indicators developed by the Laboratoire de la Performance Motrice, Mentale et du Matériel (P3M) of Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and its partners.

Effects of Motor Imagery on Trapeziometacarpal Osteoarthritis in Women During the Postoperative Immobilization Period

The aim of this study is to verify whether after trapeziometacarpal osteoarthrosis surgery and during the period of immobilization immediately after it, applying motor imagery, improvements are achieved on pain, strength, edema and / or inflammation, function and the joint range, accelerating the recovery process.

Evaluation of the Excitatory Sympathetic Autonomic Nervous System in the Motor Imagery and Action Observation Training.

The main objective of this study was to compare the activation of the Sympathetic Nervous System in a program that combined Motor Imagery with Action Observation, in contrast to an isolated Motor Imagery program both, in asymptomatic subjects, and in patients with chronic low back pain.

Motor Imagery and Rehabilitation of Orthopaedic Patients

Motor imagery is increasingly used as a plasticity-booster to complement conventional rehabilitation. Here the investigators test the hypothesis that the combination of mental training with conventional rehabilitation may speed up the recovery in patients with total knee arthroplasty. The investigators also characterize the brain correlates of such recovery with imagery tasks for virtual reality environments.

Comparison of Embedded and Added Motor Imagery Training in Patients After Stroke

The purpose of the study is to examine if patients in the embedded motor imagery (MI) training group (EG1) need less time to perform the motor task than patients in the added MI training group (EG2).

Evaluation of Motor Learning on a Sequence of Manual Motor Gestures of Increasing Complexity Through the Mental Practise

The main objective of this research is to evaluate and quantify successes and errors, as well as execution time, in a sequence of manual motor gestures of increasing complexity through mental practice training (observation of actions and motor imagery).

Effectivity of Motor Imagery and MirrorTherapy in Amputees

This study evaluates the effectiveness of imagery motor on phantom pain and amputation process

Graded Motor Imagery for Women at Risk for Developing Type I CRPS Following Closed Treatment of Distal Radius Fractures

Nearly 2 out of 10 women will sustain a distal forearm fracture throughout their lifespan.Recent longitudinal studies illustrate that as many as 1/3 of all persons who undergo closed reduction and casting for distal radius fractures (DRF) go on to develop type 1 complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Graded motor imagery (i.e., motor imagery and mirror therapy), a movement representation technique, is strongly supported in the literature as a treatment of CRPS and has recently ...

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Recovery of Hand Function Through Mental Practice.

The purpose of this study is to assess the therapeutic benefits of motor imagery training in stroke patients with persistent motor weakness.

Phantom Motor Execution Via MPR, VR/AR, and SG, as a Treatment of PLP

This international, multi-center, double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial aims to evaluate the efficacy of Phantom Motor Execution (PME) and Phantom Motor Imagery (PMI) as treatments of Phantom Limb Pain (PLP). In PME, myoelectric pattern recognition (MPR) is used to predict motor volition and then use the decoded movements to control virtual and augmented reality environments (VR/AR), along with serious gaming (SG). The same device and VR/AR environments are used i...

Home-based Motor Imagery for Gait Stability in Older Adults. A Cross-over Feasibility Study. (MIGS-F)

Gait stability is reduced as early as from age 40 to 50. Gait stability can be improved in patients with neurological diseases or in healthy elderly persons with exercises. There is evidence that mental practice, also called motor imagery, the imagination of performing a movement, can also improve an activity or balance. The effective performance and the imagination of a task activates some overlapping central areas and neural networks, which might explain the improvements aft...

Effects of Motor Imagery and Action Observation on Electromyographic Activity and Intramuscular Oxygenation in the Hand Gripping Gesture

Motor imagery is defined as a dynamic mental process of an action, without its real motor execution. Action observation training consists of watching an action performed by someone else. The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of motor imagery and action observation combined with a hand grip strength program on strength gains in asymptomatic participants. The secondary objective was to assess the influence of motor imagery and action observation training...

Relaxation Guided Imagery for Treatment of Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease patients may have pronounced ON-OFF motor fluctuations. These motor fluctuations are currently treated with medication and surgery, which are limited by their efficacy and side effects. Our study aims to determine whether relaxation guided imagery can alleviate the OFF state of PD patients and therefore can be used as an adjunct to conventional medication.

Maintaining Muscle Mass Gains

Mental imagery is effective for improving motor skills as well as increasing muscles strength and size. Strength is also maintained after immobilization of a muscles when engaging in imagery. This may have important implications for rehabilitation settings and for sedentary individuals. We may not be able to get people wot exercise but if they can maintain muscles size and strength via imagery this may have beneficial health and functional outcomes.

Inmediate Effect of the Visualization of Action

The observation of actions and motor imagery has demonstrated the activation of certain mechanisms similar to those that occur during active movement, which could induce immediate changes in the amplitudes of movement and sensorimotor variables in observed and imagined movements. The main aim of the study was test the immediate effect of a protocol of observed actions and motor imagery on cervical range of motion and pain intensity in patients with non-specific chronic neck pai...


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