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Disability and rehabilitation

Año 2006. Número 28 (13-14)

Original articles
Recovery plateau following stroke: Fact or fiction?
Sara Demain, Rose Wiles, Lisa Roberts, Kathryn McPherson pp 815-821
Impact of intensity of practice after stroke: Issues for consideration
Gert Kwakkel pp 823-830
Extrinsic feedback for motor learning after stroke: What is the evidence?
Paulette M. van Vliet and Gabriele Wulf pp 831-840
Strategies to enhance chronic disease self-management: How can we apply this to stroke?
Fiona Jones pp 841-847
Interference between balance, gait and cognitive task performance among people with stroke living in the community
D. Hyndman, A. Ashburn, L. Yardley, E. Stack pp 849-856
Motor neglect: Implications for movement and rehabilitation following stroke
T. David Punt and M. Jane Riddoch pp 857-864
A content analysis of physiotherapy for postural control in people with stroke: An observational study
Sarah Tyson and Andrea Selley pp 865-872
Gait outcome following outpatient physiotherapy based on the Bobath concept in people post stroke
Sheila Lennon, Ann Ashburn, David Baxter pp 873-881
Low intensity strength training for ambulatory stroke patients
M. C. Cramp, R. J. Greenwood, M. Gill, J. C. Rothwell, O. M. Scott pp 883-889
Relation between spasticity, weakness and contracture of the elbow flexors and upper limb activity after stroke: An observational study
Louise Ada, Nicholas O'Dwyer, Eileen O'Neill pp 891- 897
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