Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological Injury (ARNI): A pragmatic study of functional training for stroke survivors

@inproceedings{Kilbride2013ActionFR,
  title={Action for Rehabilitation from Neurological Injury (ARNI): A pragmatic study of functional training for stroke survivors},
  author={Cherry Kilbride and Meriel Norris and Nicola Theis and Amir A Mohagheghi},
  year={2013}
}
This study evaluated the effectiveness of a twelve-week community-based functional training on measures of impairment, activity and participation in a group of stroke survivors. Isometric strength of the knee musculature, Centre-OfPressure (COP) based measures of balance, Berg Balance Scale (BBS), 10 m walk test, and the Subjective Index of Physical and Social Out come (SIPSO), were recorded at baseline, postintervention, and after twelve weeks (follow-up). Exercise instructors delivered… CONTINUE READING

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