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The aim of the study was to analyze the effect of trunk stabilization exercises on coordinated movement of the affected upper limb in patients after stroke, using the Armoe®Spring device and the "wall" and "abacus" functional tests. The study group had physiotherapy based on the NDT Bobath concept and the control group used classic exercises.


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Almost half of the stroke patients report impaired function of the upper limb and hand. Stability of the trunk is required for the proper movement of the body, including the legs and arms. The aim of the study was to analyze the effect of trunk stabilization exercises on coordinated movement of the affected upper limb in patients after stroke, using the Armoe®Spring device and the "wall" and "abacus" functional tests. Material and method: this is a randomized, double-blinded study. The research was carried out in the Rehabilitation Clinic on a group of 60 stroke patients who were randomly assigned to groups differing in the rehabilitation program. The study group had physiotherapy based on the NDT Bobath concept and the control group used classic exercises. The importance of the trunk for upper limb coordination was assessed on the Armeo®Spring device using three evaluation programs: "perpendicular hunting"; "horizontal hunting"; "reaction time" and two proprietary tests: "wall" and "abacus". ;


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NCT number NCT05365945
Study type Interventional
Source Military Institute of Medicine, Poland
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date March 2, 2020
Completion date March 15, 2020

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