Motor recovery and functional abilities of the hand improved with mirror therapy
Effect of mirror therapy on hand function in patients with hand orthopaedic injuries: a randomized controlled trialDisabil Rehabil. 2013 Jan 22
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30 patients who had suffered orthopaedic hand trauma were randomized to receive a standard rehabilitation programme or mirror therapy (MT) to determine its effect on short-term motor recovery and functional outcomes. Total active motion (TAM) and DASH scores were recorded at the end of the 3 week programs and then an additional 3 weeks post-intervention. The results suggested that MT significantly...
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