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Intensive Motor Learning Can Improve Function Poststroke, Even if it Begins a Year Later

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June 16, 2015: Authors of a small study of motor learning (ML) treatment with patients poststroke claim that not only can the approach make a difference more than a year after the stroke event, but that ML alone works about as well as ML that uses robot-assisted training or functional electrical stimulation (FES).
Source: APTA Feed

Intensive Motor Learning Can Improve Function Poststroke, Even if it Begins a Year Later