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Effects of Cognitive Sensory Motor Training Versus Repetitive Facilitation Exercises of Upper Limb in Hemiparetic Patients

Author(s) KARTIK CHHONKER, NAMRATA SRIVASTAVA, KALPANA JAIN, GUNJAN SHUKLA
Country India
Abstract 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 neuro physiological 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.
A blinded randomized clinical trial was conducted 30 patients were divided into 2 groups (GROUP A and GROUP B)- those who performed cognitive Sensory Motor exercises(GROUP A- experimental group) and those who performed repetitive facilitation exercises (GROUP B-control group) Data for measures quality of movement performance of the hemiparetic arm and hand on MESUPES scale, Barthel Index (BI) measures the extent to which somebody

can function independently and has mobility in their &, goniometer measuring the joint ranges in each plane of the joint was collected on day 1 (pretreatment session), and on 190 day after the experiment.
This study produced a stastically significant increase in overall on quality of movement, functional activity and range of motion in both the group of upper limb in hemiplegic patients. This research also provides evidence that training exercise may be a valuable and important tool in clinical practice and is consistent with the current use by clinical physiotherapist in the treatment of upper limb in hemiplegic patients.
Keywords Stroke, Barthel Index, MESUPES scale
Field Medical / Pharmacy
Published In Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
Published On 2024-01-15
Cite This Effects of Cognitive Sensory Motor Training Versus Repetitive Facilitation Exercises of Upper Limb in Hemiparetic Patients - KARTIK CHHONKER, NAMRATA SRIVASTAVA, KALPANA JAIN, GUNJAN SHUKLA - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12011
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.12011
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtdr3s

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