Computerized arm training improves the motor control of the severely affected arm after stroke: a single-blinded randomized trial in two centers.


BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE To compare a computerized arm trainer (AT), allowing repetitive practice of passive and active bilateral forearm and wrist movement cycle, and electromyography-initiated electrical stimulation (ES) of the paretic wrist extensor in severely affected subacute stroke patients. METHOD A total of 44 patients, 4 to 8 weeks after stroke… (More)


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