Research

Limb activation therapy has been demonstrated in a randomised clinical trial to improve limb function after stroke(1).

It has also been shown in single case studies and small scale studies to reduce visual neglect after stroke (2).

Here are some links to the research papers for further reading:

  1. Rehabilitation by limb activation training reduces left-sided motor impairment in unilateral neglect patients: A single-blind randomised control trial
  2. Rehabilitation of Unilateral Neglect: Improving Function by Contralesional Limb Activation