Constraint-induced movement therapy

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Medical Definition of Constraint-induced movement therapy

Constraint-induced movement therapy: A form of intensive physical therapy aimed at reorganizing and reprogramming the brain after a stroke, a traumatic brain injury, or spinal cord damage.


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Reviewed on 7/1/2016

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