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|dc.description.abstract||Post-stroke symptom commonly occured as result of brain impairment such as paralysis on
one side of the body, decrease or loss of taste, impaired balance and coordination problems. Coordination
disorder usually found in recovery stage, both in upper and lower extremities. Recovery of upper
usually slower than lower extremities, so patients can not use their upper extremities normally.
The purpose of this study was to determine
the effect of Constraint Induced Movement Therapy
on upper extremities coordination ability of post-stroke patients. Design of this study was singlecase
research method with ABA design, which were A1: initial baseline, B: tretment, A2: baseline end.
of this research showed that there was significant improvement of upper extremities ability on
who got CIMT,
meanwhile there was not any significant improvement of upper extremities
on control patients.||en_US