Effectiveness of Task Oriented Exercise on Lower Limb in Post Stroke Patient with Lateral Medullary Syndrome: A Case Series
Keywords:task-oriented exercises, functional training, stroke rehabilitation and balance training.
Background: Stroke has such a significant socioeconomic impact worldwide. Stroke is gaining ground in terms of
public awareness, patient and carer knowledge, service improvements, and research.
Purpose: The aim of the study is to determine the effectiveness of task-oriented exercise on lower limb in post
stroke patients with lateral medullary syndrome.
Result: Comparing the outcomes of the FIM and BBS pre- and post-tests, there is a positive change seen in all the
10 participants after giving a task-oriented approach as a treatment. The post-scores (P<0.05) of FIM have shown
a significant difference in all the participants. The post-scores (p>0.05) of BBS also have shown betterment in the
balance and reduction of fall risk.
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