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comparisons of two versions of modified constraint induced movement therapy-by Dr.shubham singh {MPT-Neurology}

comparisons of two versions of modified constraint induced movement therapy-by Dr.shubham singh {MPT-Neurology}

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my research work done at Sir ganga ram hospital and at Ram manohar lohiya hospital ,new delhi.
my research work done at Sir ganga ram hospital and at Ram manohar lohiya hospital ,new delhi.

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EFFECTIVENESS OF LONG DURATION- SHORT TERM VERSUS SHORT DURATION-LONG TERMMODIFIED CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN IMPROVING THE FUNCTIONALOUTCOME OF UPPER EXTREMITY INSUBACUTE STROKE PATIENTS
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MASTER OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (NEUROLOGY) 2009
 Shubham SinghDr.P.k.sethi Dr.K.S Anand Dr .Deepti Parashar,
HOD Neurology HOD Neurology Lecturer,FIT(SGRH Hospital) (RML Hospital) (MPT Neuro,)
 
Hemiparesis is among the most common deficits after stroke,leading in many cases to disability and permanent dependency oncommunity care in various developed and developing countries,various physiotherapeutic treatments are applied to improvechronic hemiparesis, however, controlled evaluation studiesindicate that the effectiveness of these treatments is minor ormoderate at best. This finding is especially true for the transfer of therapeutic effects into the home environment real-world outcome
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Owing to high incidence of Middle cerebral artery strokes, UpperExtremity is frequently more affected than Lower Extremity. About20% of individuals paralyzed by stroke fail to regain anyfunctional use of the affected Upper Extremity
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Endurance after stroke is compromised to a levelthat limits basic daily functioning .Therapy in clinicalpractice often lasts only a few weeks and lacksprogression in intensity and task complexity .
Rehabilitation services for stroke survivors areincreasingly constrained by the cost concerns, withpressure to discharge individuals from acuterehabilitation earlier when recovery and functionhave not yet stabilized
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Stroke survivors are often deconditionedpredisposed to a sedentary lifestyle that limitsperformance of ADL(activities of daily living) ,increases the risks of fall and may contribute to aheightened risk of recurrent stroke andcardiovascular disease. Clearly stroke survivors canbenefit from counseling on participation in physicalactivity and exercise training
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