Constraint induced movement therapy (CIMT) is inarguably a rigorously studied motor rehabilitation technique especially for the upper limb. Evidence for it is effectiveness is overwhelming, and this cuts across various outcomes such as neurophysiological behavioural and kinematic. The goniometer was used to measure active extension at the wrist; interphalangeal; and metacarpophalangeal joints; whereas, the MMSE was used to screen for patients cognitive abilities as per detailed in the inclusion criteria above. Motor function (WMFT) and perceived motor function (MAL) were assessed at baseline, 2 and 4 weeks post intervention.
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