Game-based Unilateral Movement Facilitates Acute Priming Effect in Stroke

      Cortical priming is an emerging strategy to enhance motor recovery after stroke, however, limited information exists on the neuromodulator effects of lower limb movement-based priming to improve corticomotor excitability after stroke. Our research objective was to investigate the feasibility and effectiveness of game-based ankle movement priming using a wearable motion tracking system (DIG-I-PRIME™) on corticomotor excitability and motor behavior in chronic stroke survivors
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