Bimanual Coordination Training To Improve Upper Limb Function Post Stroke
With stroke being the 4th leading cause of death in the United States and expected to only increase in the near future, the significance of preventative and rehabilitative measures is ever more pressing. While there is a current body of research to show that most recovering stroke patients regain the use of their lower limbs, a significant portion fail to regain the functionality of their upper limbs. The current body of research pertaining to upper limb rehabilitation post stroke has been largely focused on improving the functionality of the "paretic limb," or the affected limb. Such a design ...
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