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Short-Term Benefit from Electrical Stimulation after Rotator Cuff Repair

Ask anyone who has had rotator cuff surgery, and they’ll tell you how painful the first three postop months can be. Electrical stimulation might make that time period easier for patients. 185 more words

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[ARTICLE] Combining Afferent Stimulation and Mirror Therapy for Rehabilitating Motor Function, Motor Control, Ambulation, and Daily Functions After Stroke - Full Text HTML

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Background. Mirror therapy (MT) and mesh glove (MG) afferent stimulation may be effective in reducing motor impairment after stroke. A hybrid intervention of MT combined with MG (MT + MG) may broaden aspects of treatment benefits. 239 more words

Stroke Rehabilitation

One More Day

I finally started my new medication to treat my ankylosing spondylitis. I had my first Remicade infusion Monday. Now I guess it’s time to wait and see. 347 more words

Ankylosing Spondylitis

Electrical Stimulation, it will Shock you with it's Advancements!

Electrical Stimulation is being used in many different and interesting ways in our health care these days. If your heart stops beating, defibrillators are designed to shock your heart to stimulate it to continue beating. 114 more words

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[ARTICLE] Efficacy of electrical stimulation as an adjunct to repetitive task practice therapy on skilled hand performance in hemiparetic stroke patients: a randomized controlled trial

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Objective: To assess the effects of additional electrical stimulation to hand muscles combined with repetitive task practice therapy on skilled hand performance in stroke patients. 243 more words

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Activated spinal cord cells ease symptoms in Parkinson´s disease

by Tanja Jensen

Cells in the spinal cord communicate with multiple brain regions. Stimulating these spinal cord cells suggest a way to treat a high amount of patients with Parkinson´s disease. 221 more words

Brain Machine Interface

[ARTICLE] Improving arm function in chronic stroke: a pilot study of sensory amplitude electrical stimulation via glove electrode during task-specific training

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Objective: To investigate the effects of sensory amplitude electrical stimulation (SES) delivered by glove electrode during task-specific exercise on arm movement, function, and sensation in chronic stroke. 234 more words

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