Transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord and proprioceptive stimulation of the lower extremity muscles with biofeedback in the motor disorders correction of central genesis

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The paper shows the results of a study on the impact of a course of physical rehabilitation using non-invasive electrical stimulation of the spinal cord and mechanical stimulation of leg muscles on locomotor functions and neurological status of patients in the early recovery period after a stroke. We studied 16 patients, who were diagnosed with ischemic brain stroke with clinical signs of hemiparesis. The 3-week training course consisted of 16-18 sessions. Each session included sequential use of percutaneous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord, proprioceptive stimulation of the leg muscles with biofeedback, and a combination of both. The obtained data show that the proposed scheme of recovery training leads to improvement of locomotor capabilities and neurological status of patients with motor disorders of central genesis. The possibility of using the proposed method in the rehabilitation of patients with motor disorders of various origins has been established.

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Training, percutaneous electrical stimulation, spinal cord, mechanostimulation

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