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OBJECTIVE To compare treadmill training with partial body-weight support (TT-BWS) and conventional physical therapy (PT) in ambulatory patients with hip arthroplasty. DESIGN Randomized controlled… Continue Reading
Address for correspondence: Stephen Kirker, Disablement Services Centre, Addenbrooke’s Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge CB2 2QQ, UK. Objectives: To compare gait symmetry, energy expenditure and… Continue Reading
Survivors of head injury are often left with varying degrees of disability and complex and varied needs, necessitating prolonged periods of rehabilitation and continuing care. Advances have been made… Continue Reading
Summary Aerobic exercise training in the form of static bicycle riding enabled a chronic stroke patient to increase his walking speed, endurance and walking symmetry.
OBJECTIVES To develop standards of care for head injury and thereby identify and prioritize areas of the service needing development; to report the findings from a survey of compliance with such… Continue Reading
Some lower limb amputees can present with alteration in phantom pain and sensation with visceral movement (micturition/defaecation). The authors specifically questioned 200 lower limb amputees from 2… Continue Reading
This paper reviews local and national changes and progress in the care of head injuries over the past decade in the Eastern Region.
Dear Editor, While we welcome research into the role of orthotics after stroke, we feel the conclusions of Tyson et al.’s paper1 are not justified, due to fundamental misunderstandings of ankle foot… Continue Reading