Trunk control as an early predictor comprehensive activities of daily living function in stroke patients

May 2003
Current Medical Literature: Stroke Review;2003, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p52
Academic Journal
Focuses on the use of trunk control as an early predictor of comprehensive activities of daily living function in stroke patients. Stability of the patient undergoing rehabilitation; Prediction of comprehensive activity of daily living function.


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