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The goal of this clinical trial is to compare the effects of cognitive sensory motor relearning, and sensory-motor relearning program alone on manual ability, sensation, gross and fine movements, and cognition in post-stroke patients. The main aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of an integrated approach and its impact on motor function, sensory processing, and cognitive skills in sub-acute stroke patients, with the goal of contributing to the development of more efficient rehabilitation interventions for UL sensory-motor impairments after stroke.


Clinical Trial Description

Stroke is not only associated with a high mortality rate, but It also leads to major disabilities. The American Heart Association reported that nearly 75% of stroke victims have dysfunction and 15-30% of stroke survivors have severe disability. Stroke survivors often suffer from impaired motor function, sensory processing, and cognitive abilities depending on the severity and site of the lesion, severely impacting their functional independence and quality of life. About 80% of stroke survivors experience some degree of impairment in their UL which includes loss of dexterity, abnormal muscle tone, loss of coordinated movements, and diminished sensations depending upon to nature of the lesion. Cognitive exercise treatment is a motor learning model that focuses on high-level cognitive function and occurs through the integration of perception-cognition-activity processes, such as motor regulation. Activation of the brain's cognitive process, which includes perception, memory, attention, language, and decision-making, is the core of cognitive training. Most studies have focused on either sensory, motor, or cognitive interventions separately, overlooking the potential benefits of simultaneously addressing these domains. This combined intervention targets not only motor skills, but also cognitive skills, sensory processing, and manual dexterity. By addressing physical and cognitive domains simultaneously, this study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an integrated approach and its impact on motor function, sensory processing, and cognitive skills in sub-acute ischemic stroke patients, with the goal of contributing to the development of more efficient rehabilitation interventions for UL sensory-motor impairments after stroke. ;


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NCT number NCT06130891
Study type Interventional
Source Riphah International University
Contact Aruba Saeed, PhD
Phone 03344399403
Email aruba.saeed@riphah.edu.pk
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date November 5, 2023
Completion date April 5, 2024

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