The aim of this randomized controlled study with stroke patients is to demonstrate that a re-education with interactive table with instrumented objects delivering sensory feedback and serious game improve certain motor functions of the paretic upper limb than rehabilitation based on a standardized self-rehabilitation program.
- Rehabilitation Other
Intervention Desc: An occupational therapist will be required only for patient installation in front of the table. ARM 1: Kind: Experimental Label: Rehabilitation with Interactive Table Description: Included patients will be invited to participate in 10 sessions, focused on the movement and manipulation of instrumented objects on interactive table with serious game, during 30 minutes per day, 5 days a week, for 14 days. An occupational therapist will be required only for patient installation in front of the table. ARM 2: Kind: Experimental Label: Self Rehabilitation Description: Included patients will be instructed to perform 10 self-rehabilitation sessions with 9 exercises (3 stretching, 3 reinforcement, 3 spot-oriented work) during 30 minutes per day, 5 days a week, for 14 days.
|Type||Measure||Time Frame||Safety Issue|
|Primary||Amplitude and speed of the gesture to reach each target||10 minutes|
|Secondary||Wolf Motor Functional Test||15 minutes|
|Secondary||Box and block||5 minutes|
|Secondary||Fugl Meyer||10 minutes|
|Secondary||SF12 Quality of life||10 minutes|
|Secondary||Canadian Occupational Performance Measure||20 minutes|
|Secondary||Frenchay activities Index||15 minutes|
|Secondary||Cinematic Evaluation||10 minutes|
|Secondary||Clamping force||2 minutes|