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03:21 EST 14th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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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.


Changes in Motor Cortex Following Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain

The motor cortex of the brain changes following chronic pain and injury, and this is linked to pain-associated changes in motor behaviour. This study aimed to investigate whether therapeutic exercises in patients with chronic pain can induce reorganisation of the motor cortex and restore normal motor behaviour. The investigators hypothesised that motor training can induce reorganisation of the motor cortex and that these changes are related to improved motor behaviour.

Complex Motor Learning With Motor Imaginery

Subjects participate in a motor learning training with a special bicycle. The experimental group proceed with 15 minutes of physical training with the bicycle and 15 minutes of rest where they use motor imaginery. The control group proceed equal except for the motor imaginery intervention.


Effect of Motor Development, Motor Function and Electrophysiologic Findings of IOPD Under ERT

To investigate the motor development, motor function and electrodiagnostics presentation in IOPD under ERT.

The Role of an Attention Demanding Activity for Priming Motor Learning

The purpose of this study is to determine if priming attention prior to practicing a motor task will have an effect on the ability to acquire and learn that motor task. The investigators hypothesize that the acquisition and learning of a motor task will improve if attention is primed prior to practicing that motor task when compared to a group who does not receive the prime.

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...

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...

tDCS and Motor Training and Motor Deficit After Stroke

This study investigated the combined effects of anodal tDCS and intensive motor training (MT) vs. sham stimulation with MT (control intervention) on grip strength, motor performance and functional use of the affected arm in population of chronic stroke patients.

Motor Cortex Stimulation for Parkinson's Disease

Deep Brain Stimulation represents the golden standard for surgical treatment of Parkinson disease (PD), but it is not optimally effective for controlling every motor sign and adverse events are not so infrequent Therefore, other approaches should be considered.We identified the motor cortex as a possible candidate and therefore we propose a double-blind randomized prospective study in 20 Parkinson patients in order: - to test the efficacy of epidural motor cortex stimulatio...

Facilitating Motor Skill Learning in Parkinson's Disease

The study is designed to assess the effects of aerobic exercise on motor learning in Parkinson patients. Specifically, the investigators examine whether a single bout of moderate intensity aerobic exercise, performed immediately before task practice, facilitates the acquisition and retention of a motor skill. In a cross-over design, participants will be randomly allocated to either the intervention group (aerobic exercise before motor learning) or control group (rest before mot...

Genetics of Motor Learning

Background: - New studies in human genetics have revealed information about genetic connections to memory and motor behavior. Researchers are interested in investigating the role of genetics in motor learning, in conjunction with related studies taking place in the Human Motor Control Section of the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke (NINDS). Participants in motor learning studies conducted at NINDS will be asked to provide blood samples for further e...

The Relationship Between Motor Cortex Oxygenation and Motor Function Recovery in Stroke Patients

Stroke is the most common cause of motor function impairment. However, the functional impairment is not totally irreversible. Several mechanisms may involved in both the cortical and motor function recovery after onset of stroke, and most of them are related to changes of cortical perfusion and metabolism. Motor function recovery after stroke (especially middle cerebral artery territory lesion) frequently follow stereotypic pattern (brunnström stage). This study is des...

Characterization of Epileptic Motor Patterns by Tridimensional Analysis of Movement 2

CAPAMETRIM 2 aims to characterize epileptic motor patterns by a quantitative three-dimensional analysis of movements. This is done to obtain a 3-D motor signature of seizures, for a given patient, and allows their detection with an ambulatory monitoring system. The benefit for patients is to improve the diagnosis of their diseases by better characterizing their seizures.

Motor and Cognitive Functions in Acquired and Developmental Brain Damaged Patients

Neurological pathologies cause important and permanent disabilities in every day life. These pathologies can follow stoke, affecting two people per one thousand each year or cerebral palsy, affecting two births per one thousand each year. To date, the diagnosis and the rehabilitation of motor and cognitive problems has been carried out separately by different domains. For example, physiotherapists have focused on motor problems and neuropsychologists have focused on cognitive f...

Validation of a Diagnostic Self-assessment Scale Non-motor Fluctuations at the Parkinson's Patient

The objective of this study is to validate a diagnostic tool severity of these common non-motor manifestations, disturbing and little recognized as a self-questionnaire. This assessment tool used on different subgroups of patients (free from any treatment at an early stage of the disease and the stage of motor complications) will better understand the natural history of the non-motor fluctuations (FNM)

Transcutaneous VNS for Motor Recovery After Stroke

This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of Respiratory-gated Auricular Vagal Afferent Nerve Stimulation (RAVANS) for improving motor recovery after stroke. Subacute stroke patients will receive RAVANS or sham stimulation concurrent with arm motor training during 10 intervention sessions occurring daily for 30 minutes over 2 weeks. The safety and improvements in arm motor function after the intervention will be compared in patients receiving RAVANS to those receivi...

Serotonin and Motor Plasticity

With this study, the investigators aim to test whether acute administration of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) improves motor performance in a sequential motor learning task in comparison to placebo in healthy humans.

The Efficacy of Motor Cortex Stimulation for Pain Control

The objective is to determine if motor cortex stimulation works for the following conditions: 1. Deafferentation facial pain, 2. Upper extremity complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and 3. Brachial plexus avulsion or phantom limb pain. Each of these groups of 6 patients (total of 18) will be studied independently and all patients will be implanted with a motor cortex stimulation system. They will be randomised to either a regular or low stimulation settin...

Motor Learning Through Virtual Reality Task in Individuals With Down Syndrome

Background: Down syndrome (DS) has unique physical, motor and cognitive characteristics. Despite cognitive and motor difficulties, there is a possibility of intervention based on the knowledge of motor learning. However, it is important to study the motor learning process in individuals with DS during a virtual reality task to justify the use of virtual reality to organize intervention programs. The aim of this study was to analyze the motor learning process in individuals with...

Learning a Motor Task Through Observation

Motor training results in use dependent plasticity (UDP), thought to underlie recovery of motor function after brain injury. The purpose of this protocol is to determine (a) if movement observation results in encoding of a motor memory in the primary motor cortex and (b) if observation of motor training can enhance the effects of physical training in healthy volunteers. If so, this may become an important tool in rehabilitative treatment for patients who are unable or partial...

Enhancing Plasticity in Stroke Patients With Severe Motor Deficit

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of sustained peripheral nerve stimulation coupled with functional motor training, to improve hand motor function in poorly recovered stroke patients. The central hypothesis is that stroke patients with severe motor deficit receiving hand nerve stimulation and intensive task-oriented therapy will have improved motor function compared to patients receiving sham nerve stimulation and task-oriented therapy.

A PATH (Promoting Activity and Trajectories of Health) for Children

Physical inactivity in children is a major public health risk factor and a health objective for the nation. This study aims to investigate the short- and long-term effects of a movement and physical activity program - the Children Health and Motor Programs (CHAMP) on motor competence, perceived motor competence, and physical activity. A secondary aim of this project (i.e., Science of Behavior Change Administrative Supplement) is to examine the immediate (pre- to post-test) effe...

Effectivity of Motor Imagery and MirrorTherapy in Amputees

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

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).

Cervical Motor Control in Long-term Breast Cancer Survivors

The aim of this study will be to determine the effectiveness of a physical therapy program which is based on cervical motor control exercises in long-term breast cancer survivors in order to improve their motor control and its possible impact on pain, mood state and quality of life.


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