Bilateral reach-to-grasp movement asymmetries after human spinal cord injury.

  title={Bilateral reach-to-grasp movement asymmetries after human spinal cord injury.},
  author={Finnegan J. Calabro and Monica A. Perez},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={115 1},
Cervical spinal cord injury (SCI) in humans typically damages both sides of the spinal cord, resulting in asymmetric functional impairments in the arms. Despite this well-accepted notion and the growing emphasis on the use of bimanual training strategies, how movement of one arm affects the motion of the contralateral arm after SCI remains unknown. Using kinematics and multichannel electromyographic (EMG) recordings we studied unilateral and bilateral reach-to-grasp movements to a small and a… CONTINUE READING
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