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THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF FUNCTIONAL TASK WITH UNILATERAL AFO AND KNEE GAITER VERSUS BOBATH INTERVENTION ON PATIENTS GAIT DYS FUNCTON IN STROKE POPULATION- A COMPARITIVE STUDY
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Poster Title: THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF FUNCTIONAL TASK WITH UNILATERAL AFO AND KNEE GAITER VERSUS BOBATH INTERVENTION ON PATIENTS GAIT DYS FUNCTON IN STROKE POPULATION- A COMPARITIVE STUDY
Submitted on 09 Feb 2020
Author(s): KARTHIKEYAN T
Affiliations: NIMHANS (A GOVT OF INDIA)
This poster was presented at NIMHANS CONVENTION CENTER BANGALORE
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Abstract: Introduction
Stroke is defined as sudden onset of focal neurological deficit lasting more than 24 hours duration.
Aim of the study
To compare the efficacy of functional task with unilateral AFO and knee gaiter and bobath intervention on patients gait dysfunction in stroke population.
Outcome measures
Timed up and go (TUG)
Methodology
Total 10 Stroke patient recruited for the study.
Group A- 5(Functional Task Intervention with AFO knee gaiter)
Group B- 5(Bobath Intervention)
Inclusion criteria:
Unilateral Stroke with 3-6 months duration after onset, Age limit 45-65 years, Sex (both gender) and ability to comprehend the instructions for testing procedures.
Exclusion criteria:
Bilateral stroke, Mental dysfunction, In cooperative patients, Cognitive and perceptual dysfunction, Visual and auditory impairment and Orthopedic disorders that impair ambulation.
Results
Group A (FTI)Patients-the pretest mean score was 30.18 and the post-test mean score was 13.08.
Group B (BI) patients-the pre-test mean score was 31.48 and the post-test mean score was 18.04.
Conclusion
The result of the present comparative study concluded that the Functional task intervention with unilateral AFO and knee gaiter was effective than Bobath intervention on stroke population.
Summary: The objective of the study was to compare the effectiveness of Functional task intervention and Bobath intervention on stroke patients with Timed Up and Go Test.



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