What is post-stroke rehabilitation? What factors can affect the outcome of stroke rehabilitation? What disabilities can result from a stroke? What medical professionals specialize in post-stroke rehabilitation? When can a stroke patient begin rehabilitation?
Stroke Rehabilitation - a Student Nurses Case Study.
Modularity in rehabilitation of working memory: a single-case study
Create Account For: Author Editor. Methods: A stroke patient with a left putaminal hemorrhage participated in this study. This study consisted of baseline and intervention periods 4 weeks each. The participant performed standard rehabilitation during the baseline period, and auditory neurofeedback training with motor imagery in addition to standard rehabilitation during the intervention period. Conclusion: This study suggests that auditory neurofeedback training contributes to improving upper extremity function and motor imagery ability in stroke patients. Approximately 17 million people suffer a stroke every year worldwide . Stroke is one of the disorders in which motor dysfunction after onset is likely to remain .
A year-old male subject was treated with a two-tiered neurotherapy approach for a period of six months beginning approximately one year after a left-side CVA. The patient complained of hesitant speech with word finding difficulty and paraphasia, difficulty focusing his right eye, lack of balance and coordination, poor short-term memory, poor concentration, anxiety, depression, and tinnitus. A quantitative electroencephalograph QEEG analysis revealed increased left-side 4—7-Hz activity and alpha persistence on eye opening. Two neurotherapy approaches were used beginning with electroencephalographic entrainment feedback EEF.
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