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Rehabilitating Arms After Stroke

Reviewed By: Louise Chang, MD,

SOURCES: Mark Feeman, DO, physiatrist; medical director rehabilitation, DeKalb Medical Center, Atlanta. Kristi Coltrane, occupational therapist; program supervisor rehabilitation unit, DeKalb Medical Center, Atlanta. WebMD Medical Reference “Stroke Rehabilitation – Overview. ”WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise: “Occupational therapist” and “Physical therapist. "National Stroke Association: “Improve Recovery with Exercise. "National Stroke Association: “Hemiparesis.”Hafsteinsdottir, T., Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, June 2005; vol 76: pp 788-792.National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: “Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Fact Sheet. "American Stroke Association: “A Rehab Revolution: Functional Tone Management Arm Training”; “Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy”; “Biofeedback.”Neuro-Developmental Treatment Association. Stein, Journal of Stroke Recovery and Rehabilitation, Demos Medical Publishing, 2008.

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