Functional electrical stimulation reduces pain and shoulder subluxation in chronic post-stroke patients?

@inproceedings{Silva2018FunctionalES,
  title={Functional electrical stimulation reduces pain and shoulder subluxation in chronic post-stroke patients?},
  author={Willian Vasconcellos da Silva and Gabriele Natane de Medeiros Cirne and Edson Meneses da Silva Filho and Enio Walker Azevedo Cacho and Johnnatas Mikael Lopes and Roberta de Oliveira Cacho and M. P. M. A. Baroni},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Shoulder subluxation is a common complication of cerebral vascular accident (stroke) and the use of Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) within the rehabilitation process is extremely important. Objective: To analyze the therapeutic effects of FES in the treatment of chronic shoulder subluxation in post-stroke patients. Method: This is a case study of patients with radiologically subluxation confirmed, who were randomly divided into two groups: Control Group (CG) and Treatment… CONTINUE READING

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