Brunnstrom movement therapy

Brunn·strom move·ment ther·a·py

(brŭn'strŏm mūv'mĕnt thār'a-pē)
A treatment approach in which the physical therapist or occupational therapist uses movement based on synergy patterns of the limb and trunk; consists of six categories or levels of recovery in the neurologically impaired patient.
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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of various treatments (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation and Brunnstrom movement therapy) on upper extremity proprioceptive sense and spasticity.
The patients in both groups had upper extremity exercises according to Brunnstrom movement therapy (BMT).
Optimizing motor behavior using the Brunnstrom movement therapy approach.
Jeanne, Eds., Brunnstrom Movement Therapy in Hemiplegia: A Neurophysilogical Approach, J.