A Pilot Study of the Effects of Functional Electrical Stimulation on the Recovery of Function Following Stroke in Man
A preliminary study investigating the possible beneficial effects of functional electrical stimulation (FES) therapy on the degree and speed of recovery of hemiplegic patients has been completed (1).
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