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The Falls Efficacy Scale International is a valid measure to assess the concern about falling and its changes induced by treatments
CONCLUSIONS: Falls Efficacy Scale International ordinal scores can be turned into interval measures, i.e. measures of the type of temperature. Being differential item functioning-free for treatment, these measures can be safely used to compare concern about falling before and after rehabilitation, such as when interested in assessing the rehabilitation effectiveness.PMID:34821159 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211062110
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 25, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Antonio Caronni Michela Picardi Valentina Redaelli Paola Antoniotti Giuseppe Pintavalle Evdoxia Aristidou Giulia Gilardone Ilaria Carpinella Tiziana Lencioni Pietro Arcuri Massimo Corbo Source Type: research

Effects of proprioceptive training for people with stroke: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
CONCLUSION: Proprioceptive training may be effective in improving balance performance, gait speed, trunk control, and basic functional mobility among people with stroke.PMID:34821158 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211057656
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 25, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Renny Wulan Apriliyasari Pham Van Truong Pei-Shan Tsai Source Type: research

Optimal frequency of whole body vibration training for improving balance and physical performance in the older people with chronic stroke: A randomized controlled trial
CONCLUSIONS: Compared with 13 Hz, 26 Hz had no more benefits on balance and physical performance in older people with chronic stroke.PMID:34796725 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211050564
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 19, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Ning Wei Mengying Cai Source Type: research

The German version of the Stroke Upper Limb Capacity Scale: Translation, cross-cultural adaption and evaluation of its psychometric properties
CONCLUSION: Due to the good to excellent psychometric properties and the low level of floor effects of the German version of the SULCS, the usage for clinical and scientific purposes can be recommended.PMID:34789042 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211043502
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 18, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Marion Egger Martina Steinb öck Friedemann M üller Jeannine Bergmann Source Type: research

The effect of stigma on social participation in community-dwelling Chinese patients with stroke sequelae: A cross-sectional study
CONCLUSION: Felt stigma and enacted stigma have independent associations with social participation. Patients with stroke sequelae who reported higher stigma experienced a lower level of social participation.PMID:34787017 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211050558
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 17, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Qi Lu Dongrui Wang Li Fu Xue Wang LiYa Li Lihong Jiang Cuiyu Deng Yue Zhao Source Type: research

Investigation of the implementation of a Communication Enhanced Environment model on an acute/slow stream rehabilitation and a rehabilitation ward: A before-and-after pilot study
CONCLUSIONS: Implementation of a Communication Enhanced Environment model was feasible in this specific setting and may potentially influence patients' engagement in language activities. The unforeseen contextual challenges that occurred during the study period demonstrate the challenging nature of the hospital environment and will be useful in future research planning.PMID:34749509 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211032655
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 9, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Sarah D'Souza Erin Godecke Natalie Ciccone Deborah Hersh Elizabeth Armstrong Claire Tucak Heidi Janssen Source Type: research

Setting meaningful goals in rehabilitation: A qualitative study on the experiences of clients and clinicians in working with a practical tool
CONCLUSION: In the opinion of both clients and clinicians, the tool does indeed result in goal setting that is personally meaningful. Further development, implementation and evaluation of the tool is warranted.PMID:34730459 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211046463
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 3, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Elsbeth Littooij Suzan Doodeman Jasmijn Holla Maaike Ouwerkerk Lenneke Post Ton Satink Anne Marie Ter Steeg Judith Vloothuis Joost Dekker Vincent de Groot Source Type: research

Detecting change in community participation with the Enfranchisement scale of the community participation indicators
CONCLUSIONS: The Control subscale required 9 points of change, and the Importance subscale required 11 points of change, to achieve statistically and clinically meaningful changes, suggesting adequate sensitivity to change.PMID:34723687 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211052188
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - November 1, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jessica Kersey Lauren Terhorst Joy Hammel Carolyn Baum Joan Toglia Michael W O'Dell Allen W Heinemann Michael McCue Elizabeth R Skidmore Source Type: research

Economic analysis of the 'Take Charge' intervention for people following stroke: Results from a randomised trial
CONCLUSION: Take Charge is cost-effective and probably cost saving.PMID:34414801 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211040727
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 20, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Braden Te Ao Matire Harwood Vivian Fu Mark Weatherall Kathryn McPherson William J Taylor Anna McRae Tom Thomson John Gommans Geoff Green Annemarei Ranta Carl Hanger Judith Riley Harry McNaughton Source Type: research

Efficacy and safety of transcranial direct current stimulation for post-stroke spasticity: A meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
CONCLUSIONS: Low-quality evidence demonstrates that anodal transcranial direct current stimulation as an adjunct is effective and safe in reducing upper limb post-stroke spasticity when applied for more than 20 minutes in subacute and chronic stroke survivors aged under 60. Further high-quality studies are needed to explore its long-term efficacy and safety.PMID:34387103 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211038097
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - August 13, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jiapeng Huang Yun Qu Lini Liu Kehong Zhao Ziqi Zhao Source Type: research

Practical guidance on use of TEARS-Q to diagnose post-stroke emotionalism
CONCLUSION: TEARS-Q reliably identifies those who need no further post-stroke emotionalism assessment, those who need further assessment to clarify diagnosis, and those who almost certainly have post-stroke emotionalism and may benefit from intervention.PMID:34134538 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211024801
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - June 17, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Niall M Broomfield Robert West Mark Barber David C Gillespie Allan House Matthew Walters Source Type: research

A prospective study to establish the minimal clinically important difference of the Mini-BESTest in individuals with stroke
CONCLUSIONS: A change of 4-5 points on the Mini-BEST is required to be perceptible to clinicians and patients, and beyond measurement error. These values can be used to interpret changes in balance in stroke rehabilitation research and practice.PMID:34128411 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211025131
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - June 15, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Marla K Beauchamp Rudy Niebuhr Patricia Roche Renata Kirkwood Kathryn M Sibley Source Type: research

Dual-task walking and automaticity after Stroke: Insights from a secondary analysis and imaging sub-study of a randomised controlled trial
CONCLUSION: In individual who walk slowly it may be difficult to improve dual-task walking ability.Registration: ISRCTN50586966.PMID:34053250 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211017360
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 31, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Johnny Collett Melanie K Fleming Daan Meester Emad Al-Yahya Derick T Wade Andrea Dennis Piergiorgio Salvan Andrew Meaney Janet Cockburn Joanna Dawes Heidi Johansen-Berg Helen Dawes Source Type: research

Using a cane for one month does not improve walking or social participation in chronic stroke: An attention-controlled randomized trial
CONCLUSION: Use of a cane improved walking speed, only when participants walked with the cane. Use of cane for one month did not improve walking outcomes, when walking without the cane. People with stroke would need to continue to use the cane to maintain any benefits in walking speed.PMID:34053229 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211020864
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 31, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Patrick Roberto Avelino Lucas Rodrigues Nascimento Louise Ada K ênia Kiefer Parreiras de Menezes Luci Fuscaldi Teixeira-Salmela Source Type: research

Using a bimanual lever-driven wheelchair for arm movement practice early after stroke: A pilot, randomized, controlled, single-blind trial
CONCLUSIONS: Practising arm movement with a lever-driven wheelchair is a feasible method for increasing arm movement early after stroke. It enabled wheelchair mobility for a subset of patients and shows potential for improving arm motor recovery.PMID:34027703 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211014362
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - May 24, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Brendan W Smith Joan Lobo-Prat Daniel K Zondervan Christopher Lew Vicky Chan Cathy Chou Spencer Toledo David J Reinkensmeyer Susan Shaw Steven C Cramer Source Type: research

Why allied health professionals use evidence-based clinical guidelines in stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative studies
CONCLUSIONS: Variabilities in clinical guideline use by allied health professionals are due to their clinical reasoning, contextual factors, client characteristics and enabling health systems.PMID:33906456 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211012324
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - April 28, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Dayna Halls Carolyn Murray Ben Sellar Source Type: research

Does extracorporeal shock wave therapy decrease spasticity of ankle plantar flexor muscles in patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy has short-term anti-spastic effects on ankle flexor muscles when used as an adjunct to conventional rehabilitation.PMID:33906450 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211011320
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - April 28, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Şerife Yoldaş Aslan Sehim Kutlay Ebru D üsünceli Atman Atilla Halil Elhan Haydar G ök Ayse Adile K üçükdeveci Source Type: research

Why allied health professionals use evidence-based clinical guidelines in stroke rehabilitation: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative studies
CONCLUSIONS: Variabilities in clinical guideline use by allied health professionals are due to their clinical reasoning, contextual factors, client characteristics and enabling health systems.PMID:33906456 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211012324
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - April 28, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Dayna Halls Carolyn Murray Ben Sellar Source Type: research

Does extracorporeal shock wave therapy decrease spasticity of ankle plantar flexor muscles in patients with stroke: A randomized controlled trial
CONCLUSION: Radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy has short-term anti-spastic effects on ankle flexor muscles when used as an adjunct to conventional rehabilitation.PMID:33906450 | DOI:10.1177/02692155211011320
Source: Clinical Rehabilitation - April 28, 2021 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Şerife Yoldaş Aslan Sehim Kutlay Ebru D üsünceli Atman Atilla Halil Elhan Haydar G ök Ayse Adile K üçükdeveci Source Type: research