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Physiotherapy in the therapy of cerebrovascular accident patients is characterized by diverse techniques such as Brunnstrom, Bobath, Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation, and the Motor Relearning Programme. The aspiration of the current research was to compare and contrast the effects of two of these techniques in post-cerebrovascular treatment…

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The researcher sought to find out whether variations in motor function, behaviors of daily living and subjective evaluation of life eminence are different under the two treatments.
Researchers Langhammer and Stanghelle (2000) randomized the patients into two clusters. They stratified these two groups on the basis of gender and hemisphere site. The man age of the patients was nearly 78 years with approximately similar marital status. Langhammer and Stanghelle that patients treated with physiotherapy according to motor relearning programme had stayed for a short period in hospital and got better in motor technique than patients treated with the technique of Bobath. Further, females treated with motor relearning programme got better in activities of daily living in comparison to females treated with Bobath. The patients either males or females treated with Bobath were a little more reliant at entrance, a result that could clarify an inferior outcome. A substitute proposition could be that the motor relearning programme is not more successful, but basically that it is helpful more quickly, than the Bobath. ...
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