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This pilot study is part of a master's thesis. In the rehabilitation of stroke patients should be compared whether individual balance training has a greater effect than group balance training. The result is determined based on the walking speed.


Clinical Trial Description

The RehaClinic Kilchberg is a neurological rehabilitation facility with the phases B-D. Between February and the end of March, out of 78 patients, 71% of the patients had a stroke. Therefore, my choice of topic for the Master's thesis fell on balance training of patients after a stroke. The duration of the study is based on the timetable for the Master's thesis. Initially, 20 stroke patients will be recruited. When the number is reached, the study is completed to begin descriptive statistics and analyze potential BIAS.

Deficits in the vestibular, visual, motor, and / or somatosensory systems lead to falls in the first 6 months after the stroke. This affects approximately 46% of patients. But also cognitive processes, such as attention and concentration. Therefore, the treatment must be adapted to the respective strategy of the patient. If the patient increasingly uses the visual system, the therapy has to work a lot with the eyes closed. In turn, if he uses more of the sensorimotor system is increasingly trained with unstable documents. After this system, the balance program was set up. It is the same for the intervention and control group to make a difference between individual and group training. ;


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NCT number NCT03791671
Study type Interventional
Source RehaClinic AG
Contact Wiebke Weigert, BA
Phone +41774461693
Email w.weigert@rehaclinic.ch
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 7, 2019
Completion date April 26, 2019

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