Evaluating sensory regulation as a method to improve awareness in patients with altered states of consciousness: a pilot study.

@article{Wood1992EvaluatingSR,
  title={Evaluating sensory regulation as a method to improve awareness in patients with altered states of consciousness: a pilot study.},
  author={Rodger Llewellyn Wood and T B Winkowski and Jamie Leigh Miller and Luke Tierney and Lee Goldman},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={1992},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={411-8}
}
The status of sensory stimulation as a clinical procedure is still in some doubt. Recent papers have shown no significant clinical changes as a result of sensory intervention but this may be due to an inappropriate model on which these procedures were based. This paper outlines the results of a controlled pilot study, based on a sensory regulation model currently being tested at the Casa Colina Peninsula Rehabilitation Center, Los Angeles. The study contrasts the outcome of four patients… CONTINUE READING

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