Abstract:Introduction: The Constraint-induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is an intervention, in which the main goal is the rehabilitation of upper extremity (UE) in hemiparetic patients with stroke. Its protocol consists of an intensive two-week treatment of with six daily hours of exercises and the wear of a mitt on nonaffected UE during 90% of the daily activities. Objective: To perform a comparative analysis between the Wolf Motor Function Test (WMF) and the Action Research Arm Test (ARAT). Methods: Tests had been appl… Show more
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