Neurotrauma Update

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Effectiveness of robotic-assisted gait training on cardiopulmonary fitness and exercise capacity for incomplete spinal cord injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials [with consumer summary] systematic review N/A Select
Gait quality after robot therapy compared with physiotherapy in the patient with incomplete spinal cord injured: a systematic review [with consumer summary] systematic review N/A Select
The effect of neuropathic pain treatments on pain interference following spinal cord injury: a systematic review systematic review N/A Select
Yoga in the rehabilitation of post-stroke sequelae: a non-inferiority randomized controlled trial clinical trial 8/10 Select
Effects of scapulo-humeral training on ultrasonographic and clinical evaluations in stroke: a randomized controlled trial clinical trial 7/10 Select
Effects of gait training with weight support feedback walker on walker dependence, lower limb muscle activation, and gait ability in patients with incomplete spinal cord injury: a pilot randomized controlled trial clinical trial 7/10 Select
Is dry needling treatment an extra contribution to conventional treatment for hemiplegic shoulder pain? A prospective, randomized controlled study clinical trial 6/10 Select
Secondary prevention of stroke. A telehealth-delivered physical activity and diet pilot randomized trial (ENAbLE-pilot) clinical trial 5/10 Select
Effect of posterior leaf spring and carbon composite ankle foot orthosis on gait and functional mobility of stroke survivors with hemiplegia: a randomized clinical trial clinical trial 5/10 Select
Neurorehabilitation of the upper extremity -- immersive virtual reality versus electromechanically assisted training. A comparative study clinical trial 5/10 Select