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A Study to Assess The Effectiveness of Trunk Rehabilitation Programme on Trunk Control And Balance in Acute Ischemic Hemiparetic Stroke Patients ”

  title={A Study to Assess The Effectiveness of Trunk Rehabilitation Programme on Trunk Control And Balance in Acute Ischemic Hemiparetic Stroke Patients ”},
  author={Julee Das and Dr. R. Raja},
Background & Objectives: Trunk control and balance impairment are commonly occurring features in poststroke hemiparetic patients which affects the various abilities to perform activities of daily living.Therefore, the objective of the study was to determine the effectiveness of trunk rehabilitation programme on trunk control and balance and also to assess whether the trunk control is pre-requisite for improving dynamic balance in acute ischemic hemiparetic stroke patients. Methods:A pre and… Expand
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