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[ARTICLE] Asymmetric Training Using Virtual Reality Reflection Equipment and the Enhancement of Upper Limb Function in Stroke Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Background

Asymmetric movements with both hands contributed to the improvement of spatially coupled motion. Thus, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of an asymmetric training program using virtual reality reflection equipment on upper limb function in stroke patients. 237 more words

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[ARTICLE] The mirror neuron system in post-stroke rehabilitation - Full Text PDF

Abstract

Different treatments for stroke patients have been proposed; among them the mirror therapy and motion imagery lead to functional recovery by providing a cortical reorganization. 111 more words

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[ARTICLE] Effects of Mirror Therapy on Motor and Sensory Recovery in Chronic Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Abstract

Objective: To compare the effects of mirror therapy (MT) versus control treatment (CT) on movement performance, motor control, sensory recovery, and performance of activities of daily living in people with chronic stroke. 236 more words

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"Double It" - or The 'Building Your Own Home Mathematical Cheat Sheet'

This will serve not only as a Mathematical Cheat Sheet, but also a Glossary of Vocabulary¬†for the population of people crazy enough to consider building their own home…and the poor suckers who have to listen to them whine about it later. 821 more words

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What is Graded Motor Imagery?

We’ve just released our latest video. This is in “patient language” and we hope it can be used as an introduction for people considering this treatment approach (and their therapists). 22 more words

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[ARTICLE] Cortical Mechanisms of Mirror Therapy After Stroke

…Mirror therapy could potentially aid stroke rehabilitation by normalizing an asymmetrical pattern of movement-related beta desynchronization in primary motor cortices during bilateral movement…

via Cortical Mechanisms of Mirror Therapy After Stroke.

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