Eman Elsayed Fayed

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Background and Objectives. Postural changes are frequent and disabling complications of Parkinson's disease (PD). Many contributing factors have been evident either related to disease pathology or to adaptive changes. This study aimed at studying the postural changes in subjects with Parkinson's disease and its relation to duration of illness and disease(More)
Background and Purpose. Equinovarus foot is a common sign after stroke. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of task specific exercises, gait training, and visual biofeedback on correcting equinovarus gait among individuals with stroke. Subjects and Methods. Sixteen subjects with ischemic stroke were randomly assigned to two equal groups (G1(More)
BACKGROUND Most stroke patients experience hand impairments that can result in persistent limitations in daily activities. OBJECTIVE This study aimed at estimating the immediate and retention effects of task specific training and wrist/fingers extension splint on hand joints range of motion and function after stroke. METHODS Twenty-four right handed(More)
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