The effectiveness of bilateral versus unilateral task retraining using the SaeboFlex device in individuals with subacute and chronic stroke [abstract]

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The effectiveness of bilateral versus unilateral task retraining using the SaeboFlex device in individuals with subacute and chronic stroke [abstract]

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Title: The effectiveness of bilateral versus unilateral task retraining using the SaeboFlex device in individuals with subacute and chronic stroke [abstract]
Author: Davis, Ryan; Dillon, Brittany; Pierce, Christy; Voelker, Suzanne
Keywords: physical therapy
stroke recovery
Date: 2010-11-11
Abstract: This study compares the effectiveness of unilateral and bilateral task retraining using the SaeboFlex orthosis in individuals with upper extremity (UE) dysfunction following a cerebrovascular accident (CVA). While individually, bilateral task training and the SaeboFlex orthosis used unilaterally appear to be effective in increasing UE function after stroke, no research has been done to date to determine whether bilateral training using the SaeboFlex is more effective than unilateral training.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/9209

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