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Combined tDCS and Vision Restoration Training in Subacute Stroke Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
Visual field defects after posterior cerebral artery stroke can be improved by vision restoration training (VRT), but when combined with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) which alters brain excitability, vision recovery can be potentiated in the chronic stage. To date the combination of VRT and tDCS has not been evaluated in post-acute stroke rehabilitation.
Source: PM and R - January 6, 2017 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Raimund Alber, Hermann Moser, Carolin Gall, Bernhard A. Sabel Source Type: research

Combined Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Vision  Restoration Training in Subacute Stroke Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
Visual field defects after posterior cerebral artery stroke can be improved by vision restoration training (VRT), but when combined with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), which alters brain excitability, vision recovery can be potentiated in the chronic stage. To date, the combination of VRT and tDCS has not been evaluated in postacute stroke rehabilitation.
Source: PM and R - January 6, 2017 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Raimund Alber, Hermann Moser, Carolin Gall, Bernhard A. Sabel Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

Feasibility of Using Tetrax Biofeedback Video-games for Balance Training in Patients with Chronic Hemiplegic Stroke
Decreased weight bearing on the affected lower limb and poor weight shifting are common post-stroke. Tetrax™ biofeedback system is a center-of-pressure controlled video-game system designed for patients with balance deficits. Although it is a commercial product, information about the clinical use for patients with stroke is limited.
Source: PM and R - March 8, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jen-Wen Hung, Min-Yuan Yu, Ku-Chou Chang, Hsuei-Chen Lee, Yen-Wei Hsieh, Po-Chih Chen Source Type: research

Feasibility of Using Tetrax Biofeedback Video Games for Balance Training in Patients With Chronic Hemiplegic Stroke
Decreased weight bearing on the affected lower limb and poor weight shifting are common after a stroke occurs. The Tetrax biofeedback system is a center-of-pressure controlled video game system designed for patients with balance deficits. Although it is a commercial product, information about its clinical use for patients affected by stroke is limited.
Source: PM and R - March 8, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jen-Wen Hung, Min-Yuan Yu, Ku-Chou Chang, Hsuei-Chen Lee, Yen-Wei Hsieh, Po-Chih Chen Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

The Effects of Combination of Robot-Assisted Therapy with Task-Specific or Impairment-Oriented Training on Motor Function and Quality of Life in Chronic Stroke
Robot-assisted therapy (RT) is a promising intervention for stroke rehabilitation. RT hybridized with therapist-mediated therapy (eg, RT plus task-specific or impairment-oriented training) may possibly yield functionally relevant improvements. Comparative study of the different combination regimens is needed.
Source: PM and R - January 21, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Chung-shan Hung, Yu-wei Hsieh, Ching-yi Wu, Yi-ting Lin, Keh-chung Lin, Chia-Ling Chen Source Type: research

The Effects of Combination of Robot-Assisted Therapy With Task-Specific or Impairment-Oriented Training on Motor Function and Quality of Life in Chronic Stroke
Robot-assisted therapy (RT) is a promising intervention for stroke rehabilitation. RT hybridized with therapist-mediated therapy (eg, RT plus task-specific or impairment-oriented training) may possibly yield functionally relevant improvements. A comparative study of the different combination regimens is needed.
Source: PM and R - January 20, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Chung-shan Hung, Yu-wei Hsieh, Ching-yi Wu, Yi-ting Lin, Keh-chung Lin, Chia-ling Chen Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

Swallowing Training Combined With Game-Based Biofeedback in Poststroke Dysphagia
For patients with dysphagia due to stroke, in addition to compensatory strategies, exercises are used to help improve motor function. Biofeedback is used in neuromuscular training and is promising for swallowing training.
Source: PM and R - January 11, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Chih-Ming Li, Tyng-Guey Wang, Hsiao-Yu Lee, Hsueh-Pei Wang, Shang-Heng Hsieh, Michelle Chou, Jia-Jin Jason Chen Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

Swallowing Training Combined with Game-Based Biofeedback in Post-Stroke Dysphagia
For patients with dysphagia due to stroke, in addition to compensatory strategies, exercises are utilized to help improve motor function. Biofeedback is utilized in neuromuscular training, and is promising for swallowing training.
Source: PM and R - January 11, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Chih-Ming Li, Tyng-Guey Wang, Hsiao-Yu Lee, Hsueh-Pei Wang, Shang-Heng Hsieh, Michelle Chou, Jia-Jin Jason Chen Source Type: research

Swallowing Training Combined With Game-Based Biofeedback in  Poststroke Dysphagia
For patients with dysphagia due to stroke, in addition to compensatory strategies, exercises are used to help improve motor function. Biofeedback is used in neuromuscular training and is promising for swallowing training.
Source: PM and R - January 10, 2016 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Chih-Ming Li, Tyng-Guey Wang, Hsiao-Yu Lee, Hsueh-Pei Wang, Shang-Heng Hsieh, Michelle Chou, Jia-Jin Jason Chen Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

Poster 73 Gait Training with the Newly Developed Active-Assistive System for Gait is Feasible for Hemiplegic Patients after Stroke
Y. Yoon: I Have No Relevant Financial Relationships To Disclose.
Source: PM and R - September 1, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Yongsoon Yoon, TaeYong Seok, Kipi Yu, Kwang-jae Lee, SangKuk Kang, Suk Bong Yun Source Type: research

Poster 30 Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation Improves Gait Training After Cerebellar Stroke: A Case Report
S. Shih: I Have No Relevant Financial Relationships To Disclose.
Source: PM and R - September 1, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Shirley Shih, Jessica Guilbert, Brian Harris, Yong-Tae Lee Source Type: research

Poster 12 Therapeutic Effects of Gait Training and Gait-Related Training with Functional Electrical Stimulation for Chronic Stroke Patients: Prospective Observational Study
K. Sota: I Have No Relevant Financial Relationships To Disclose.
Source: PM and R - September 1, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Koichiro Sota, Tatsushi Wakasugi, Yosuke Honda, Tetsuya Harada, Shinichiro Morishita, Sayaka Adachi, Norihiko Kodama, Kazuhisa Domen Source Type: research

Walking training and functioning among elderly individuals with stroke: results of a prospective cohort study
To determine if 65 to 85-year-old individuals 3-36 months post-stroke can improve functioning and quality of life during walking rehabilitation.
Source: PM and R - July 8, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Auli H. Karttunen, Mauri Kallinen, Sinikka H. Peurala, Arja Häkkinen Source Type: research

Walking Training and Functioning Among Elderly Persons With Stroke: Results of a Prospective Cohort Study
To determine if 65- to 85-year-old persons who had a stroke within the previous 3-36 months can improve functioning and quality of life during walking rehabilitation.
Source: PM and R - July 8, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Auli H. Karttunen, Mauri Kallinen, Sinikka H. Peurala, Arja Häkkinen Tags: Original Research Source Type: research

Evidence for Intensive Aphasia Therapy: Consideration of Theories from Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology
Treatment intensity is a critical component to the delivery of speech-language pathology and rehabilitation services. Within aphasia rehabilitation, however, there is currently insufficient evidence to guide clinical decision making with respect to the optimal treatment intensity. This review considers perspectives from two key bodies of research; the neuroscience and cognitive psychology literature, with respect to the scheduling of aphasia rehabilitation services. Neuroscience research suggests that intensive training is a key element of rehabilitation and is necessary in order to achieve functional and neurological changes post-stroke.
Source: PM and R - June 21, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Jade K. Dignam, Amy D. Rodriguez, David Copland Source Type: research

Strategy Training During Inpatient Rehabilitation May Prevent Apathy Symptoms After Acute Stroke
Apathy, or lack of motivation for goal-directed activities, contributes to reduced engagement in and benefit from rehabilitation, impeding recovery from stroke.
Source: PM and R - February 7, 2015 Category: Rehabilitation Authors: Elizabeth R. Skidmore, Ellen M. Whyte, Meryl A. Butters, Lauren Terhorst, Charles F. Reynolds Tags: Original Research Source Type: research