Stimulation of a nerve during movement practice improves motor function

Arm and hand weakness is common following stroke and affects more than 50% of stroke patients. This condition can adversely affect one’s quality of life and daily living. The traditional approach to treatment is through the use of upper-limb exercises based on ‘repetitive task-specific practice’ (RTP). This practice helps the patient progress towards a specific treatment goal while promoting…

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