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The Effects of Active Shoulder Exercise with a Sling Suspension System on Shoulder Subluxation, Proprioception, and Upper Extremity Function in Patients with Acute Stroke (2019)

Jung, K. M., & Choi, J. D. (2019). The effects of active shoulder exercise with a sling suspension system on shoulder subluxation, proprioception, and upper extremity function in patients with acute stroke. Medical Science Monitor, 25, 4849-4855.

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The purpose of this article is to assess the changes of shoulder subluxation, shoulder proprioception, and upper extremity function in acute stroke patients when performing active exercises concurrently with the use of a sling suspension system. Both ...

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