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Effects of transcutaneous electrical acupuncture-point stimulation on upper-limb impairment after stroke - Evidence Based Acupuncture

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Administration of transcutaneous electrical acupuncture-point stimulation (TEAS) therapy to hemiplegic forearm could not improve the upper extremity motor recovery. However, TEAS on the forearm might provide potential benefits for strength improvement of the wrist.

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Clinical Rehabilitation. 2022;0(0). doi:10.1177/02692155221138916 (online first)

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