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Effective Therapy for stroke rehabilitation

Archive for January, 2010

NIH Bethesda, MD are recruiting of mirror box study

National Institute of Mental Health of the National Institutes of ... participate in a brain imaging study during the course of mirror therapy. The goal of this study is to understand how the mirror therapy works: ...

I very good demonstration of Mirror Therapy

Mirror Box and Phantom Limb Pain #1 - Although in this video the box used have two compartment, a single compartment works just as well.

It worked for us.

I would love to participate in a research program that allows some ... with CRPS, I've found mirror therapy to be our saving grace. ... learned that mirror therapy can be effective for phantom limb pain. We tried it. ...

New video presentation by Dr Ilan Lieberman

See Dr Ilan Lieberbman's video presentation on Mirror Visualisation Therapy; it covers what it is, the history, the theory, the evidence and how it used.This 4 part video is aimed at those looking to start using mirror therapy as well as those how what a little more insight to the medical theory.

– Mrs. C.W., Manchester

– Mrs. C.W., Manchester

“My father who is 66 suffered a sub arachnoid haemorrhage leaving him with a dense left arm weakness and inattention to the left side. Following 3 sessions with a mirror box his inattention has noticeably improved and although he is functionally limited by dupytrens contracture his motor function has also improved. I have been encouraged [...]

– R Wurster, California

“I use the mirror box in combination with biofeedback to ensure that the patient is controlling the stress response during active range of movement. This is a good product, and if used in combination with relaxation strategies, can have dramatic results in improving active range of movement.” - R Wurster, California

– M. Cole, PTA, Oregon

“My patient developed what appeared to be early stage CRPS in his right hand following shoulder surgery and a period of immobilization. As part of a comprehensive treatment protocol, he performed mirror box exercises for approximately 15 minutes, three days a week. It’s my feeling that mirror box therapy had a significant impact on this [...]