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Helping Hand: The effectiveness of a modified Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy program for children with acquired brain injury

Summary

Exploring the use of using constraint induced movement therapy to improve upper extremity functioning and occupational performance in children following acquired brain injury.

Researcher(s)

Nick Reed, PhD,Reed, N. Collaborator(s): Woodhouse, J., Bernstein, J., Lavalee, J., Hanna, K., Ashley, K., & Komar, A.


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