Summary of Purpose
Stroke survivors often encounter impairments in the upper limb after stroke. Sensorimotor impairments are present in 67% of the stroke patients, resulting in problems with independency and performance of activities of daily life. In addition, the pattern of recovery in the brain is still a matter of ongoing debate. Although the importance of somatosensory function on motor performance is well described, evidence...Read More →
The following dates are available for this trial. Trial information last updated on 31 July 2017.
|1 Jul 2017||20 Jun 2017||1 Jan 2020||1 Oct 2020||1 Jul 2017||Unavailable|
|Start Date||First Received||1st Completion||Completion||Verification||Results|
- Additional sensorimotor therapy for the upper limb
- Additional motor therapy for the upper limb after stroke
- Nele De Bruyn