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Motor and functional recovery in patients with post-stroke depression
- L. Nannetti, M. Paci, J. Pasquini, B. Lombardi, P. Taiti
- Disability and rehabilitation
- 18 February 2005
Results show a negative impact of PSD on the functional recovery process after discharge and not during hospitalisation, indicating PSD is not an influencing factor for motor recovery. Expand
Shoulder subluxation after stroke: relationships with pain and motor recovery.
- M. Paci, L. Nannetti, P. Taiti, M. Baccini, L. Rinaldi
- Physiotherapy research international : the…
- 1 June 2007
Glenohumeral subluxation is a factor associated with shoulder pain development and with arm motor recovery and should be treated in the acute stage of hemiplegia. Expand
Effects of physical training on straightening-up processes in patients with Parkinson's disease.
The observations demonstrate that physical training can be effective in improving motor performance related to changes in position which affects the simple daily activities of the patients. Expand
Recovery from stroke in patients with diabetes mellitus.
- L. Nannetti, M. Paci, M. Baccini, L. Rinaldi, P. Taiti
- Journal of diabetes and its complications
- 1 July 2009
It is suggested that diabetes has no influence on motor and functional outcome within the acute and post-acute phase after stroke, and motor recovery was similar in the two groups. Expand
[Effects of two types of treatment for shoulder subluxation in hemiplegics: a pilot study].
The association of sling and strapping seems to be an effective strategy to treat shoulder subluxation in hemiplegic patients in sub-acute stage. Expand