Positional feedback and electrical stimulation: an automated treatment for the hemiplegic wrist


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PFST patients showed a 280% increase in isometric extension torque when the wrist was positioned in 30 degrees of extension and 70% increase when positioned in 30 degrees of flexion. Control patients showed no significant changes in torque. PFST patients made an average 200% gain in selective range of motion over their starting levels while controls made a 50% gain.