Factors Influencing the Delivery of Intensive Rehabilitation in Stroke: Patient Perceptions Versus Rehabilitation Therapist Perceptions.
CONCLUSIONS: People with stroke perceived no barriers regarding the implementation of higher intensity rehabilitation in practice and were positive towards working at more intense levels. Contrastingly, from the therapists' perspective, therapists' beliefs about quality of movement and issues around staffing and resources were perceived to be barriers. In addition, therapists and people with stroke perceived the contents of the intervention differently, highlighting the importance of involving patients and clinicians in the development and evaluation of rehabilitation interventions. PMID: 31711211 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated that AOT plus BCI-FES can enhance motor function of upper extremity and cortical activation in patients with stroke. This training method may be feasible and suitable for individuals with stroke. PMID: 33026895 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Condition: Stroke, Acute Intervention: Device: Transcranial direct current stimulation Sponsor: Mahidol University Recruiting
Condition: Stroke Patients Interventions: Other: Routine conventional physical therapy plus Vibration session; Other: Routine conventional physical therapy Sponsor: Kırıkkale University Recruiting
Condition: Stroke, Ischemic Interventions: Other: Traditional physical therapy balance exercise; Other: proprioception based balance training Sponsor: Riphah International University Completed