Augmenting clinical evaluation of hemiparetic arm movement with a laboratory-based quantitative measurement of kinematics as a function of limb loading.

@article{Ellis2008AugmentingCE,
  title={Augmenting clinical evaluation of hemiparetic arm movement with a laboratory-based quantitative measurement of kinematics as a function of limb loading.},
  author={Michael D. Ellis and Theresa M. Sukal and Tobey Demott and Julius P. A. Dewald},
  journal={Neurorehabilitation and neural repair},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={
          321-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND Kinematic and kinetic measurements used in laboratory settings can quantify upper extremity movement impairment following stroke, but their relationship to clinical methods of evaluating movement impairment is unclear. OBJECTIVE To test whether the Arm Coordination Training 3D device (ACT3D) could provide a repeatable quantitative measurement of range of motion during upper extremity reaching along a range of functional levels of loads on the arm and correlate with clinical… CONTINUE READING
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