Low TENS treatment on post-stroke paretic arm: a three-year follow-up.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To determine whether stroke patients with initial increases in arm motor recovery following low-frequency transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (low TENS) treatment go on to show long-term benefits. Also whether the same therapy results in long-term improvements in motor function, spasticity or activities of daily living (ADL). DESIGN A… (More)

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