induced movement


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induced movement

[in‚düst ′müv·mənt]
(psychology)
The perceived movement of a stationary object when its frame of reference moves.
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Constraint induced movement therapy for stroke survivors in Jordon: a home-based model.
Constraint induced movement therapy: bridging from the primate laboratory to the stroke rehabilitation laboratory.
Austin, who had a stroke when he was 21/2, is scheduled to go to Alabama in March for constraint induced movement therapy.
Constraint- induced Movement Therapy: a new family of techniques with broad application to physical rehabilitation--a clinical review.
In this way, AT differs from other forms of intensive upper limb retaining, such as constraint induced movement therapy (Sirtori et al 2006).
This part of the book also includes chapters on unique rehabilitation issues such as alcohol abuse in rehabilitation and constraint induced movement therapy.
thermally induced movement, and exposure to weather without failing, rattling, leaking, and
Despite the evidence supporting constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT or CI therapy) [21], only 12 clinicians (11% of respondents) reported being trained in CIMT and 25 clinicians (23% of respondents) reported using this efficacious method for treatment.
Taub E, Crago JE, Uswatte G (1998): Constraint Induced Movement Therapy: A New Approach to Treatment in Physical Rehabilitation.
Some of the newer therapies include: the use of constraint induced movement therapy to help redevelop muscle strength and control; body-weight supported treadmill therapy to help patients learn to walk again; robotic assisted therapy to take advantage of the new discoveries about the brain's neural plasticity; and the use of Botox(R) injections to minimize the spasticity or hyperactivity of muscles.
Improved motor performance after Constraint Induced Movement therapy in chronic stroke.
We also found that the signal was not confused because the effect also tan in the opposite direction: inflation changes induced movements in the exchange rates.