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Mirror Therapy and Task-Oriented Training for People With a Paretic Upper Extremity / Salvador Bondoc, [i 7 més]

By: Bondoc, Salvador.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 8p, 72 (2) 2018.Content type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaISSN: 02729490.Subject(s): Teràpia Ocupacional | Teràpia del mirall | Ictus | Extremitats superiors | Braços | Rehabilitació funcional | Functional skills trainingOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT
Contents:
Salvador Bondoc; Julie Booth; Grace Budde; Katelyn Caruso; Michelle DeSousa; Brittany Earl; Kaitlynn Hammerton; Jill Humphreys
In: American Journal of Occupational Therapy 2018 MAR-ABR; 72 (2): 7202205080p1-7202205080p8Summary: OBJECTIVE. This study investigates the effect of mirror therapy and task-oriented training on the paretic upper extremity function and occupational performance of people with stroke. METHOD. This study used a repeated-measures, case-series design in which 4 participants completed a 4-wk intervention consisting of mirror therapy and task-specific training. The intervention was conducted 2x/wk in the clinic and 4x/wk at home. RESULTS. All participants displayed clinically meaningful improvements in self-identified goals at the end of the intervention and at follow-up. Three participants showed clinically meaningful changes in motor function. Although only 1 participant improved in his reported amount of use, all participants showed clinically meaningful improvements in perceived movement quality at varying points of assessment. CONCLUSION. Mirror therapy, when used as priming for task-oriented training, can produce clinical improvements in upper extremity function and occupational performance in people with hemiparesis.
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Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE) (Folstein et al)

Canadian Occupational Performance Measure (Law et al.)

Patient-Specific Functional Scale (PSFS) (Horn et al.)

Fugl-Meyer Assessment-Upper Extremity (FMA-UE)

Motor Activity Log (MAL)

Salvador Bondoc; Julie Booth; Grace Budde; Katelyn Caruso; Michelle DeSousa; Brittany Earl; Kaitlynn Hammerton; Jill Humphreys

20180221

OBJECTIVE. This study investigates the effect of mirror therapy and task-oriented training on the paretic upper extremity function and occupational performance of people with stroke. METHOD. This study used a repeated-measures, case-series design in which 4 participants completed a 4-wk intervention consisting of mirror therapy and task-specific training. The intervention was conducted 2x/wk in the clinic and 4x/wk at home. RESULTS. All participants displayed clinically meaningful improvements in self-identified goals at the end of the intervention and at follow-up. Three participants showed clinically meaningful changes in motor function. Although only 1 participant improved in his reported amount of use, all participants showed clinically meaningful improvements in perceived movement quality at varying points of assessment. CONCLUSION. Mirror therapy, when used as priming for task-oriented training, can produce clinical improvements in upper extremity function and occupational performance in people with hemiparesis.

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