Movement changes due to hemiplegia in stroke survivors: a hermeneutic phenomenological study.

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PURPOSE Meanings of movement for stroke survivors could give therapists significant insights, especially during maintenance phase. The purpose of this study was to examine how post-stroke users of a long-term elderly care facility had experienced changes in movement resulting from hemiplegia. METHOD The participants of this study were 18 stroke survivors… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2015.1107629

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@article{Takashima2016MovementCD, title={Movement changes due to hemiplegia in stroke survivors: a hermeneutic phenomenological study.}, author={Risa Takashima and Waka Murata and Kazuko Saeki}, journal={Disability and rehabilitation}, year={2016}, volume={38 16}, pages={1578-91} }