Patients in the intervention group were fitted with an ambulatory exoskeleton, which works in accordance with the movements of the patient.
The findings suggest that future studies should explore the specific time window in which SSRIs are beneficial.
Patients who received adjunctive electrostimulation and task-oriented training had greater improvement than patients who received standard rehabilitation.
After stroke, virtual reality training may be as effective for upper extremity rehabilitation as standard care.
Brief periods of oxygen deprivation to the brain have been shown to provide neuroprotective effects that reduce stroke infarct size and improve recovery times.
Music-and-rhythm therapy has also been shown to help improve balance and memory.
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