Technique to improve chronic motor deficit after stroke.

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The unaffected upper extremity of chronic stroke patients was restrained in a sling during waking hours for 14 days; on ten of those days, these patients were given six hours of practice in using the impaired upper extremity. An attention-comparison group received several procedures designed to focus attention on use of the impaired upper extremity. The… (More)

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@article{Taub1993TechniqueTI, title={Technique to improve chronic motor deficit after stroke.}, author={Edward Taub and Neal E. Miller and Tom A Novack and Edwin W. Cook and W C Fleming and C S Nepomuceno and Julie Connell and Jean E Crago}, journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation}, year={1993}, volume={74 4}, pages={347-54} }