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Stroke Rehabilitation - Guidelines for Exercise and Training to Optimize Motor Skill
By Janet H. Carr MEd EdD DipPhty Col. FACP, Roberta B. Shepherd ME EdD DipPhty Col. FACP

  • Publisher:   Butterworth-Heinemann

  • Number Of Pages:   300

  • Publication Date:   2002-07-15

  • ISBN-10 / ASIN:   0750647124


  • ISBN-13 / EAN:   9780750647120
    Product Description:
    Univ. of Sydney, Australia. Text, in an unnamed series, provides  
    exercises and training regimes for optimal functional recovery for those
     who have sustained a stroke. Includes methods to increase strength,  
    endurance, and fitness. Guidelines for training balance, reaching and  
    manipulation, walking, sitting-to-standing, and strength training are  
    also included. Softcover.

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