Effect of Intensive Motor Rehabilitation in Subacute Stroke Patient

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Trial Description

Early stroke rehabilitation is known to be an effective and essential therapy in gaining functional independence and preventing complications. However, there was no consensus of proper amount of motor rehabilitation in stroke patients. In this study, the investigators investigated the effects of the intensive motor rehabilitation during subacute phase to improve motor function at 6 months after onset in patients with first-ever strokes.

Detailed Description

Intensive cognitive rehabilitation group
- physical and occupational therapy for 3 hours on every working day for 2 weeks

Conditions

Interventions

  • Intensive motor rehabilitation Procedure
    Intervention Desc: Intensive motor rehabilitation during subacute stroke phase
    ARM 1: Kind: Experimental
    Label: Intensive motor rehabilitation group

Outcomes

Type Measure Time Frame Safety Issue
Primary Upper limb score of Fugl-Meyer assessment Change of upper limb score of Fugl-Meyer assessment after intensive motor rehabilitation for 4 weeks

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