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Intensive non-paretic arm training in chronic stroke patients with severe paresis improves functional independence without compromising paretic arm function

Candice Marie Maenza, Robert L. Sainburg, Carolee Winstein, Rini Varghese, David C. Good & David Wagstaff
We previously demonstrated functionally limiting hemisphere specific motor deficits in the non-paretic, ipsilesional arm of chronic stroke patients. In a small pilot study in patients with severe paresis, we showed that non-paretic arm deficits can improve with non-paretic arm training. We now extend this study to a larger two-track cross-over design that includes both non-paretic arm training and sham-training. We ask whether non-paretic arm training can improve functional independence, without detriment to the paretic arm,...

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