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Does stroke location predict walk speed response to gait rehabilitation?
Recovery of independent ambulation after stroke is a major goal. However, which rehabilitation regimen best benefits each individual is unknown and decisions are currently made on a subjective basis.Expand
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Functional Strength Training and Movement Performance Therapy for Upper Limb Recovery Early Poststroke—Efficacy, Neural Correlates, Predictive Markers, and Cost-Effectiveness: FAST-INdiCATE Trial
Background Variation in physiological deficits underlying upper limb paresis after stroke could influence how people recover and to which physical therapy they best respond. Objectives To determineExpand
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A Randomized Controlled Evaluation of the Efficacy of an Ankle-Foot Cast on Walking Recovery Early After Stroke
  • V. Pomeroy, P. Rowe, +6 authors Lindsay Myrto-Despoina Leo Sheila Claire Simon P. Simon Ko Anderson Dounavi Earl Gregory Havis Horton Jones K
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  • Neurorehabilitation and neural repair
  • 1 January 2016
Background. Timely provision of an ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) orthotist customized for individuals early after stroke can be problematic. Objective. To evaluate the efficacy of a therapist-made AFOExpand
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