Constraint Therapy With Progressive Incorporation of Bimanual Therapy Significantly Improves Hand Function in Children With Unilateral Brain Injury

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Date Presented 3/31/2017

This study examined the efficacy of modified constraint-induced movement therapy, with progressive introduction of bimanual therapy to improve hand functions in children with unilateral brain injury participating in an intensive occupational therapy program.

Primary Author and Speaker: Ka Lai Kelly Au

Contributing Authors: Julie L. Knitter, Susan Morrow-McGinty, Jason B. Carmel, Kathleen M. Friel

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