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October 2019

Ankle eversion correction with dropped foot stimulation

In patients post stroke or post onset of MS who demonstrate ankle dorsiflexion with preserved tibilais anterior function the principal gait deficit may be loss of ankle eversion due to peroneus longus & brevis paresis. The presenting gait feature is loss of a normal plantagrade foot position during & at the end of swing phase of […]

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Clinical Considerations when Stimulating the Triceps Muscle

Flexion synergy in the stroke patient makes voluntary elbow extension difficult or impossible. Activation of the triceps with electrical stimulation when a flexion synergy is present can be a means of generating latent elbow extension, inhibiting biceps spasticity & reducing the possibility of en elbow flexion contracture. Although symmetric biphasic waveform may be most comfortable […]

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