Authors*: Adam Kagan, B.Sc.; Anita Petzold, BSc OT; Nathalie Serrat, BSC PT; Amanda Ischayek BSc PT; Sabrina Ianni, BSc, PT; Caroline Labelle, BSc PT; Sukhdeep Johal, Bsc PT; Monica Trozzo BSc. PT; Elissa Sitcoff, BA BSc; Annabel McDermott, OT; Nicol Korner-Bitensky, PhD OT Expert Reviewers: Janice Eng, PhD PT; Pamela Duncan, PhD PT(C) Evidence reviewed as of before 22-11-2011
It has been shown that patients with stroke have been shown to have low endurance during exercise, likely due to both the event and also as a secondary reaction to forced inactivity. It is also known that there is a positive connection between aerobic capacity and functional performance (Katz-Leurer et al. 2003). This module will focus on aerobic exercise for people who are in the chronic phase (longer than 6 months post stroke) of recovery.
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NOTE: *The authors have no direct financial interest in any tools, tests or interventions presented in StrokEngine.