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Effects of horse-riding therapy and rhythm and music-based therapy on functional mobility in late phase after stroke

Journal article
Authors Lina Bunketorp Käll
Marcela Pekna
Milos Pekny
Christian Blomstrand
Michael Nilsson
Published in Neurorehabilitation
Volume 45
Issue 4
Pages 483-492
ISSN 1053-8135
Publication year 2019
Published at Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Pages 483-492
Language en
Keywords Stroke, rehabilitation, randomized controlled trial, horse-riding, therapy, music therapy, motor-assessment scale, hemiplegic gait, walking, rehabilitation, recovery, interventions, speed, coordination, individuals, impairments, Neurosciences & Neurology, Rehabilitation
Subject categories Neuroscience


BACKGROUND: Persons with stroke commonly have residual neurological deficits that seriously OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether horse-riding therapy (H-RT) and rhythm and music-based therapy METHODS: This study is part of a randomized controlled trial in which H-RT and R-MT was provided RESULTS: 123 participants were assigned to H-RT (n = 41), R-MT (n = 41), or control (n = 41). Post- CONCLUSIONS: The present study supports the efficacy of H-RT in producing immediate gains in gait

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