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Constraint-induced movement therapy after stroke
Kwakkel G, et al. Lancet Neurol 2015 - Review. PMID 25772900 Free PMC article.
The original and modified types of CIMT have beneficial effects on motor function, arm-hand activities, and self-reported arm-hand functioning in daily life, immediately after treatment and at long-term follow-up, whereas there is no evidence for the efficacy of constraint alone (as used in forced use therapy). ...
The original and modified types of CIMT have beneficial effects on motor function, arm-hand activities, and self-reported arm-hand fu …
Regeneration of Skeletal Muscle After Eccentric Injury
Dueweke JJ, et al. J Sport Rehabil 2017 - Review. PMID 27992284 Free PMC article.
Although patients with mild injuries often fully recover to their preinjury levels, patients who suffer moderate or severe injuries can have a persistent weakness and loss of function that is refractory to rehabilitation exercises and currently available therapeutic interventions. ...
Although patients with mild injuries often fully recover to their preinjury levels, patients who suffer moderate or severe injuries can have …
Intrinsic Control of Axon Regeneration
He Z and Jin Y. Neuron 2016 - Review. PMID 27151637 Free article.
Here we examine our current understanding of these mechanisms at cellular and molecular terms and discuss their potential implications for promoting axon regeneration and functional recovery after nerve injury....
Here we examine our current understanding of these mechanisms at cellular and molecular terms and discuss their potential implications for p …
And yet it moves: Recovery of volitional control after spinal cord injury.
Taccola G, et al. Prog Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29102670 Free PMC article.
Preclinical and clinical neurophysiological and neurorehabilitation research has generated rather surprising levels of recovery of volitional sensory-motor function in persons with chronic motor paralysis following a spinal cord injury. ...This review addresses some of the systems-level physiological mechanisms that might explain the effects of electrical modulation and how repetitive training facilitates the recovery of volitional motor control. ...
Preclinical and clinical neurophysiological and neurorehabilitation research has generated rather surprising levels of recovery of vo …
Electromyographic Biofeedback in Motor Function Recovery After Peripheral Nerve Injury: An Integrative Review of the Literature.
Duarte-Moreira RJ, et al. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback 2018 - Review. PMID 30168003
With the objective of summarize the available evidence on the electromyographic biofeedback effectiveness and efficacy to help motor function recovery after PNI an integrative review was performed. ...Due to the small number of included articles, low quality studies and heterogeneity of interventions, outcomes and population we concluded that there is limited evidence of EMG-BF effectiveness and efficacy for motor function recovery in PNI patients....
With the objective of summarize the available evidence on the electromyographic biofeedback effectiveness and efficacy to help motor func
Promoting neuroplasticity for motor rehabilitation after stroke: considering the effects of aerobic exercise and genetic variation on brain-derived neurotrophic factor
Mang CS, et al. Phys Ther 2013 - Review. PMID 23907078 Free PMC article.
Recovery of motor function after stroke involves relearning motor skills and is mediated by neuroplasticity. Recent research has focused on developing rehabilitation strategies that facilitate such neuroplasticity to maximize functional outcome poststroke. ...Thus, rehabilitation strategies that optimize BDNF effects on neuroplasticity may be especially effective for improving motor function poststroke. ...
Recovery of motor function after stroke involves relearning motor skills and is mediated by neuroplasticity. Recent research h
Neurorestoration after stroke
Azad TD, et al. Neurosurg Focus 2016 - Review. PMID 27132523 Free PMC article.
The Effectiveness of Compression Socks for Athletic Performance and Recovery.
Stanek JM. J Sport Rehabil 2017. PMID 27632821
Companies are increasingly marketing compression stockings to runners, triathletes, and other endurance athletes for the benefits of improved performance and/or decreased recovery time. ...She wants your opinion on the effectiveness of using compression socks to help her performance and recovery. Focused Clinical Question: What is the effectiveness of using graduated compression socks for improving athletic performance and decreasing recovery time in healthy endurance athletes?...
Companies are increasingly marketing compression stockings to runners, triathletes, and other endurance athletes for the benefits of improve …
Brain Functional Reserve in the Context of Neuroplasticity after Stroke
Dąbrowski J, et al. Neural Plast 2019 - Review. PMID 30936915 Free PMC article.
So far, studies have proven that regeneration after stroke and recovery of lost functions may be assigned to neuronal plasticity understood as ability of brain to reorganize and rebuild as an effect of changed environmental conditions. ...
So far, studies have proven that regeneration after stroke and recovery of lost functions may be assigned to neuronal plasticity unde …
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