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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 7, Issue 12, Part B (2021)

Effects of cognitive sensory motor training versus repetitive facilitation exercises on quality of movement of upper limb, functional activity and range of motion of upper limb in hemiparetic patients.-a comparative study

Author(s)
Dr. Ankita Kharote and Dr. Abhijit Satralkar
Abstract
Background: Stroke [CVA] is the sudden loss of neurological function caused by an interruption of blood flow to the brain. Large numbers of people who survive a stroke are left with permanent impairment of arm and hand function, even after completion of conventional rehabilitation programs. The standard neurophysiological facilitation technique use for hemiplegic upper limb have not been confirmed to promote functional recovery of hemiplegic limb. This promote that more research needs to be conducted for same. Cognitive Sensory Motor Training Therapy & The repetitive facilitation exercises (RFEs) Both techniques will promote functional recovery of hemiparetic upper limb and hand by improving joint perception and realization of movement. Hence, this study aims to compare the effectiveness of cognitive sensory motor training versus repetitive facilitation exercises on quality of movement of upper limb, functional activity and Range of motion of upper limb in hemiparetic patients.
Method: 38 patients with hemiparesis were selected and assessed by using MESUPES Scale, Barthel index and ROM. They were divided randomly into two groups Group A & B. Group A received cognitive sensory motor training & group B received repetitive facilitation exercise.
Result: Both Cognitive Sensory Motor Training and Repetitive Facilitation Exercise are equally effective in improving Quality of movement of upper limb, functional activity and ROM in Hemiparetic patients.
Both Cognitive Sensory Motor Training and Repetitive Facilitation Exercise are equally effective in improving Quality of movement of upper limb, functional activity and ROM in Hemiparetic patients.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Ankita Kharote, Dr. Abhijit Satralkar. Effects of cognitive sensory motor training versus repetitive facilitation exercises on quality of movement of upper limb, functional activity and range of motion of upper limb in hemiparetic patients.-a comparative study. Int J Appl Res 2021;7(12):71-78.
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