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  • Constraint-induced movement therapy at home helps perceived use of the stroke-affected arm for daily activities but not for motor function compared with conventional in-office therapy, a German trial showed. Quality of movement improved in both groups after four weeks of therapy but the change from baseline was greater in those getting the "modified form of CIMT that trains arm use in daily activities within the home environment," researchers reported.

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