WCNR

10th WORLD CONGRESS FOR

NEUROREHABILITATION

FROM NEUROTECHNOLOGIES TO COMMUNITY CARE

WCNR

Accepted Oral

Hall Time Abstract Title Presenting Author Category
HALL A 14:00 - 14:08 POSTURAL AND GAIT DISORDERS IN SUBACUTE STROKE PATIENTS: LATEROPULSION IS THE KEY. Dominic Pérennou (France) Stroke
HALL B 14:00 - 14:08 NATURAL HISTORY OF MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Dhaval P Shukla (India) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:00 - 14:08 EFFECT OF REHABILITATION ROBOTICS CONTROLLED BY SEMG CLOSED-LOOP SYSTEM, FOR THE RECOVERY OF HAND FUNCTION AFTER STROKE. Andrea Turolla (Italy) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:00 - 14:08 TIME TO RETREATMENT WITH BOTULINUM TOXINA IN UPPER LIMB SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT:UPPER LIMB INTERNATIONAL SPASTICITY (ULIS)III STUDY INTERIM ANALYSIS Lynne Turner-Stokes (United Kingdom) Stroke
HALL E 14:00 - 14:08 INDIAN SEMI-CLASSICAL KATHAK AND BHARATNATYAM MOVEMENTS FOR BALANCE CONFIDENCE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE: PILOT RCT. Jidnyasa Koli (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:00 - 14:08 ROLE OF TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION IN IMPROVING HAND FUNCTION IN POST-STROKE HEMIPLEGIA – PRELIMINARY REPORT Kunjabasi Wangjam (India) Stroke
HALL A 14:09 - 14:17 CORRELATION OF FMRI AND GROWTH FACTOR UPREGULATION AFTER STEM CELL INFUSION IN CHRONIC STROKE Neha Kuthiala (India) Stroke
HALL B 14:09 - 14:17 LONG-TERM OUTCOME AND PROGNOSTICATION IN SEVERE DISORDERS OF CONSCIOUSNESS (DOC): RESULTS OF A LARGE GERMAN PROSPECTIVE MULTICENTER STUDY Andreas Bender (Germany) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:09 - 14:17 VIRTUAL REALITY TRAINING IS NOT SUPERIOR TO CONVENTIONAL TRAINING – VIRTUES - A MULTICENTER RCT Iris Brunner (Denmark) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:09 - 14:17 BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACES FOR POST-STROKE MOTOR REHABILITATION: A META-ANALYSIS Gangadhar Garipelli (Switzerland) Stroke
HALL E 14:09 - 14:17 THE USE OF TELEREHABILITATION IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY Intan Sabrina Mohamad (Malaysia) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:09 - 14:17 THE INFLUENCE OF THE INSPIRATORY MUSCLE TRAINING FOR STROKE PATIENTS WITH UPPER LIMB MUSCLE TENSION INDUCED BY ASSOCIATIVE REACTION Wei Xin (China) Stroke
HALL A 14:18 - 14:26 A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND STUDY ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF VAGUS NERVE STIMULATION (VNS) DURING REHABILITATION ON POST-STROKE UPPER LIMB RECOVERY Gerard E Francisco (United States) Stroke
HALL B 14:18 - 14:26 THE ROLE OF RESILIENCE AND PERSONALITY IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ADJUSTMENT OF FAMILY MEMBERS SUPPORTING RELATIVES WITH SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Maysaa Daher (Australia) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:18 - 14:26 MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF MULTI-SEGMENTAL ROBOTIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL UPPER LIMB REHABILITATION IN STROKE Irene Aprile (Italy) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:18 - 14:26 PERIPHERAL MAGNETIC THETA BURST STIMULATION TO MUSCLES CAN EFFECTIVELY REDUCE SPASTICITY Nevine El Nahas (Egypt) Stroke
HALL E 14:18 - 14:26 COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION IN CHILDREN WITH EPILEPSY AND ASSOCIATED COMORBIDITIES – AN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ACTION RESEARCH. Aishwarya Swaminathan Iyer (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:18 - 14:26 WALKING ACTIVITY AND ITS FACTORS IN FREE-LIVING AMBULATORY PEOPLE IN A CHRONIC PHASE AFTER STROKE: A CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY Ingrid Van De Port (Netherlands) Stroke
HALL A 14:27 - 14:35 POST STROKE REVIEW: GENDER-SPECIFIC INFLUENCES ON LONG-TERM OUTCOME (A SINO-AUSTRALIAN STUDY) John Olver (Australia) Stroke
HALL B 14:27 - 14:35 FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES AFTER ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY IN CHILDHOOD: DOES THE TYPE AND LOCATION OF INJURY RESULT IN DIFFERENT OUTCOMES? Lorna Wales (United Kingdom) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:27 - 14:35 "POWER OF BELIEF" - A GAME FOR NEURO-MOTOR REHABILITATION Rajendra Kumar Elluri (India) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:27 - 14:35 LIFE SATISFACTION AND RETURN TO WORK POST STROKE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM THE SIN STROKE STUDY Birgitta Langhammer (Norway) Stroke
HALL E 14:27 - 14:35 SWOT ANALYSIS OF NEURO- REHABILITATION IN SAARC COUNTRIES Taslim - Uddin (Bangladesh) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:27 - 14:35 THE BRAIN SYMPHONY FOR POST-STROKE REHABILITATION – A PILOT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY Fen Wen Beh (Malaysia) Stroke
HALL A 14:36 - 14:44 BUILDING EFFECTIVE SPASTICITY PATHWAY; COMBINED NEUROREHABILTATION AND HAND SURGERY CLINIC, OUTCOME OF UPPER LIMB CHRONIC SPASPICITY MANAGEMENT FOLLOWING UMN SYNDROME Jai Kulkarni (United Kingdom) Motor Control
HALL B 14:36 - 14:44 DEPRESSION, ANXIETY AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN CHILDREN THREE MONTHS AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Juan Carlos Arango-Lasprilla (Spain) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:36 - 14:44 TOWARDS A SENSOR BASED WEARABLE GARMENT FOR NEUROREHABILITATION- THE WEARITMED CONSORTIUM Margit Alt Murphy (Sweden) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:36 - 14:44 EFFECT OF DUAL-TASK EXERCISE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLUOXETINE & TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION ON POSTURAL STABILITY AND GAIT IN STROKE PATIENTS Baijnath Roy (India) Stroke
HALL E 14:36 - 14:44 MIRROR THERAPY VERSUS MODIFIED CONSTRAINED INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY IN UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTION AMONG PERSONS WITH HEMIPLEGIC CEREBRAL PALSY Deepak Sharan (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:36 - 14:44 OPPORTUNISTIC ORAL PATHOGEN AMONG STROKE SURVIVORS Normaliza Ab Malik (Malaysia) Stroke
HALL A 14:45 - 14:53 ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF SWALLOWING IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE Jaya Venkatagiri (India) Stroke
HALL B 14:45 - 14:53 MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY PATIENTS Nitin Dange (India) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:45 - 14:53 REHABILITATION ROBOTICS OF HAND FUNCTION, AFTER STROKE: DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA FOR REFERENCE TO THERAPY. Andrea Turolla (Italy) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 14:45 - 14:53 PREVALENCE OF SLEEP DISORDERED BREATHING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME IN PATIENTS WITH SUBACUTE STROKE Yohei Otaka (Japan) Stroke
HALL E 14:45 - 14:53 DISABILITY IDENTIFICATION: FUNCTIONAL MAPPING VERSUS DISABILITY MAPPING Shabnam Zuzer Rangwala (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:45 - 14:53 OUTCOME OF HUMAN PERIPHERAL NERVE REPAIR INTERVENTIONS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Sunil K Narayan (India) Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuromuscular Disease
HALL A 14:54 - 15:02 CLINICAL SCENARIO OF PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MS) IN NORTH INDIA Dheeraj Khurana (India) Multiple Sclerosis and Inflammatory Diseases of CNS
HALL B 14:54 - 15:02 ONE YEAR OUTCOME AFTER TBI; A LARGE PROSPECTIVE COHORT Rajiv Singh (United Kingdom) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 14:54 - 15:02 ULTRASOUND (U/S) VERSUS COMPOUND MUSCLE ACTION POTENTIAL (CMAP) AMPLITUDES GUIDANCE FOR NEUROLYSIS:WHICH ONE IS BETTER? Areerat Suputtitada (Thailand) Motor Control
HALL D 14:54 - 15:02 POSTSTROKE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND COST DURING WALKING WITH DIFFERENT MODALITIES OF ASSISTANCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW Nina Lefeber (Belgium) Stroke
HALL E 14:54 - 15:02 THE ROLE OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY AS AN ADJUNCT FOR NEURO REHABILITATION IN NEUROSURGICAL DISORDERS Vernon Velho (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:54 - 15:02 THE EFFECTS OF MOTOR-POINTS WARM ACUPUNCTURE ON REDUCING TRICEPS SURAE SPASTICITY IN POST-STROKE PATIENTS Hongxing Wang (China) Stroke
HALL A 15:03 - 15:11 EFFECT OF EARLY USE OF ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA ON TIME TO POST-STROKE SPASTICITY PROGRESSION: RESULTS OF THE ONTIME PILOT STUDY Raymond L Rosales (Philippines) Stroke
HALL B 15:03 - 15:11 A PREDICTIVE MODEL OF RESILIENCE AMONG FAMILY CAREGIVERS SUPPORTING RELATIVES WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY (TBI): A STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLING APPROACH Maysaa Daher (Australia) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 15:03 - 15:11 COST EFFECTIVE ORTHOTIC MANAGEMENT OF LOWER LIMBS PARALYTIC DISORDERS Anil Kumar Jain (India) Robotics, Orthotics and Related Technology
HALL D 15:03 - 15:11 IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF COMPUTERIZED DYNAMIC POSTUROGRAPHY VERSUS OVER GROUND BALANCE TRAINING ON TIMED UP AND GO TEST IN PATIENTS WITH POST STROKE HEMIPARESIS Kundan Kumar Singh (India) Stroke
HALL E 15:03 - 15:11 QUICK FALL OF DEGLUTITION DISORDER IN LATERAL MEDULLARY SYNDROME Nikhila Govathi (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 15:03 - 15:11 CONTRALATERALLY CONTROLLED FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION IMPROVES WRIST DORSIFLEXION AND UPPER LIMB FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH EARLY-PHASE STROKE Lu Xiao (China) Stroke
HALL A 15:12 - 15:20 BOLD STEPS IN STROKE RESEARCH: RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE FIRST STROKE RECOVERY AND REHABILITATION ROUNDTABLE Julie Bernhardt (Australia) Stroke
HALL B 15:12 - 15:20 EFFECT OBSERVATION OF COMMUNIITY REHABILITATION MODEL ON GENERIC SET OF ICF FOR PATATIENTS WITH TBI Jing He (China) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 15:12 - 15:20 ULTRASOUND GUIDED SUPRASCAPULAR NERVE BLOCK IN POST STROKE SHOULDER PAIN Navita Purohit (India) Stroke
HALL D 15:12 - 15:20 ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA INJECTIONS IN SHOULDER MUSCLES: RESULTS FROM A REAL WORLD (ULIS-II) AND A PHASE 3 (AUL) STUDY Thierry Lejeune (Belgium) Stroke
HALL E 15:12 - 15:20 BLADDER REHABILITATION IN NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS Kannan Vangiliappan (India) Autonomic Dysfunction (Bowel, Bladder, etc.)
HALL F 15:12 - 15:20 RELIEF OF SPASTICITY-RELATED PAIN WITH BOTULINUM NEUROTOXIN-A (BONT-A) IN REAL LIFE PRACTICE. POST-HOC ANALYSIS FROM A LARGE INTERNATIONAL COHORT SERIES Lynne Turner-Stokes (United Kingdom) Stroke
HALL A 15:21 - 15:29 TERTIARY HOSPITAL BASED STUDY OF THE CARE AND COST OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE IN MUMBAI. Nirmal Surya (India) Stroke
HALL B 15:21 - 15:29 TBI – THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE; ITS CLINICAL MANAGEMENT, NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL AND REHABILITATION ASPECTS Keki E Turel (India) Traumatic Brain Injury
HALL C 15:21 - 15:29 DILEMMAS AND SOLUTIONS IN NEUROREHABILITATION Julkiflakhan Tadvi (United Kingdom) Other Diseases
HALL D 15:21 - 15:29 HIGH SENSITIVITY CRP – A NOVEL PROGNOSTIC INDICATOR FOR FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY IN ISCHEMIC STROKE Krishnamoorthy Kuppusamy (India) Stroke
HALL E 15:21 - 15:29 A NEW GENERATION IN APHASIA THERAPY - TABLET-BASED REHABILITATION OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE Tobias Nef (Switzerland) Communicative Disorders/Aphasia
HALL F 15:21 - 15:29 RESEARCH ON EFFECT OF ITBS AND 1HZ RTMS ON RECOVERING UPPER LIMB FUNCTION OF STROKE PATIENT Chang Jiang (China) Stroke
Hall Time Abstract Title Presenting Author Category
HALL A 14:00 - 14:08 FUNCTIONAL ELECTRICAL STIMULATION (FES): THE SCIENCE IS STRONG, THE CLINICAL PRACTICE NOT YET-A REVIEW OF EVIDENCE Gad Alon (United States) Stroke
HALL B 14:00 - 14:08 THE ADULT SPASTICITY INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY (ASPIRE) STUDY: 1-YEAR RESULTS Gerard E Francisco (United States) Other Diseases
HALL C 14:00 - 14:08 MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM APPROACH IN PRIMARY HEADACHE DISORDERS Debashish Chowdhury (India) Other Diseases
HALL D 14:00 - 14:08 CLINICALLY TAILORED PORTABLE VIRTUAL REALITY BASED MOTOR REHABILITATION SYSTEM FOR NEUROLOGICAL PATIENTS: A FEASIBILITY AND USER PERSPECTIVES STUDY Andrea Serino (Switzerland) Stroke
HALL E 14:00 - 14:08 EFFECTS OF TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION ON UPPER LIMB DYSFUNCTION AND SPASTICITY IN SPINAL CORD INJURY Krishnan Padmakumari Sivaraman Nair (United Kingdom) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL F 14:00 - 14:08 REINTEGRATION IN THE WORKPLACE OF PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC DISEASES: THE EU PATHWAYS PROJECT AND THE KEY ROLE OF REHABILITATION M. Leonardi (Italy) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL A 14:09 - 14:17 THE INFLUENCE OF TYPE OF CVA ON PLANNING AND OUTCOMES IN A POST-ACUTE COMMUNITY REHABILITATION SETTING Janet Wagland (Australia) Stroke
HALL B 14:09 - 14:17 MICROVASCULAR DECOMPRESSION - TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA Keki E Turel (India) Other Diseases
HALL C 14:09 - 14:17 AN APPLICATION FOR SMART TERMINAL CAN DETECT FINGER DEXTERITY OF PEOPLE WITH COGNITIVE DISORDER Izumi Kondo (Japan) Cognitive Disorders/Neuropsychology
HALL D 14:09 - 14:17 REAL-LIFE DOSING REGIMENS FOR THREE DIFFERENT BOTULINUM TOXIN A FORMULATIONS IN POST-STROKE SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT: EXPERIENCE OF A REFERENCE CENTER Jorge Jacinto (Portugal) Stroke
HALL E 14:09 - 14:17 TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION - AN EMERGING THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION FOR MOTOR RECOVERY IN SPINAL CORD INJURY Vijaya K Kumar (India) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL F 14:09 - 14:17 AMBULATORY ACCELEROMETRY AS AID FOR DOSE TITRATION WITH LEVODOPA-CARBIDOPA MICROTABLETS IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE - AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY Dongni Johansson (Sweden) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL A 14:18 - 14:26 ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA INJECTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH UPPER AND LOWER LIMB SPASTIC PARESIS AND IMPAIRED FUNCTION FOLLOWING STROKE OR TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Jean-Michel Gracies (France) Stroke
HALL B 14:18 - 14:26 DISABILITY ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE 2 CAN RELIABLY QUANTIFY DISABILITY IN EPILEPSY Sanjeev V. Thomas (India) Other Diseases
HALL C 14:18 - 14:26 THE FIFTEEN MINUTE ASSESSMENT OF COGNITION OVER THE TELEPHONE (FACT): A TELEPHONE INTERVIEW TO DETECT AND MONITOR DEMENTIA Jwala Narayanan (India) Cognitive Disorders/Neuropsychology
HALL D 14:18 - 14:26 IS PHYSIOTHERAPY DELIVERED DURING STROKE REHABILITATION IN INDIA EVIDENCE BASED? : AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY V Prakash (India) Stroke
HALL E 14:18 - 14:26 VALUE OF GROUP HOLIDAYS FOR CLIENTS WITH CATASTROPHIC INJURY Margaretha Patricia Sargent (United Kingdom) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL F 14:18 - 14:26 DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE (PWP) IN INDIA Meruna Bose (India) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL A 14:27 - 14:35 A PILOT RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF CONSTRAINT-INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY COMBINED WITH TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION AND PERIPHERAL NEUROMUSCULAR STIMULATION Kazuhisa Domen (Japan) Stroke
HALL B 14:27 - 14:35 YOGA AND EPILEPSY : METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES AND REVIEW OF EXISTING STUDIES Nandan Balkrishna Yardi (India) Other Diseases
HALL C 14:27 - 14:35 SUB-SENSORY GALVANIC VESTIBULAR STIMULATION CAN PROVIDE LONG-TERM RELIEF FROM HEMI-SPATIAL NEGLECT Mohamed Sakel (United Kingdom) Cognitive Disorders/Neuropsychology
HALL D 14:27 - 14:35 ACTIVITY LEVELS FROM MULTIPLE ACCELEROMETERS DURING INPATIENT REHABILITATION AFTER STROKE Sofi Anna Andersson (Sweden) Stroke
HALL E 14:27 - 14:35 THE EFFECTS OF ARM-CYCLE TRAINING ON TRUNK MUSCLE FUNCTION AND SEATED BALANCE CONTROL IN INDIVIDUALS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY Alison Mm Williams (Canada) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL F 14:27 - 14:35 HOW DOES THE PLACEMENT OF A SINGLE SENSOR IMPACT ON ACTIVITY RECOGNITION IN OLDER ADULTS? Fatemeh Tahavori (United Kingdom) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL A 14:36 - 14:44 BOTULINUM TOXIN A IN UPPER LIMB SPASTICITY MANAGEMENT: BASELINE DATA FROM THE UPPER LIMB INTERNATIONAL SPASTICITY (ULIS)-III STUDY Lynne Turner-Stokes (United Kingdom) Stroke
HALL B 14:36 - 14:44 EFFECTIVENESS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FOCUSSING ON UPPER EXTREMITY TRAINING IN A TEMPERATURE CONTROLLED POOL VERSUS LAND Deepak Sharan (India) Other Diseases
HALL C 14:36 - 14:44 CONNECTING TO A LOCKED-IN MIND: COMMUNICATION WITH AN UNRESPONSIVE PATIENT USING A BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE Gunther Krausz (Austria) Cognitive Disorders/Neuropsychology
HALL D 14:36 - 14:44 FACTORS RELATED TO LONG TERM MOTOR, BEHAVIOURAL AND SCHOLASTIC OUTCOME IN CHILDREN WITH ACUTE DISSEMINATED ENCEPHALOMYELITIS Mary Iype (India) Multiple Sclerosis and Inflammatory Diseases of CNS
HALL E 14:36 - 14:44 AMBULATION AUGMENTATION IN LOW LEVEL PARAPLEGICS USING RESISTANCE BANDS- A PILOT RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL Gaurav Gomez (India) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL F 14:36 - 14:44 ADULT BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURIES- IS THE PICTURE GLOOMY? Ketan Desai (India) Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuromuscular Disease
Hall Time Abstract Title Presenting Author Category
HALL A 14:00 - 14:08 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT IN COMPOSITE ACTIVE RANGE OF MOTION ACROSS REPEATED INJECTIONS WITH ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA (DYSPORT®) FOR UPPER AND LOWER LIMB SPASTICITY Jean-Michel Gracies (France) Stroke
HALL B 14:00 - 14:08 ROLE OF BOTULINUM TOXIN IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UPPER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER SPASM IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROGENIC DYSPHGIA: A CASE SERIES Abhishek Srivastav (India) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL C 14:00 - 14:08 RESTORING “BODY IMAGE” IN CHRONIC PAIN: AN INNOVATIVE APPLICATION OF VIRTUAL REALITY Elise Houdayer (Italy) Other Diseases
HALL D 14:00 - 14:08 UPPER LIMB SELF-EFFICACY TEST (UPSET- STROKE): ITS VALIDITY AND RELATIONSHIP WITH PARTICIPANTS AGE AND TIME SINCE STROKE. Auwal Abdullahi (Nigeria) Stroke
HALL E 14:00 - 14:08 EFFECT OF REPETITIVE TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION ON CORTICOMOTOR EXCITABILITY AND MOTOR FUNCTION OF THE AFFECTED HAND IN SUBJECTS WITH STROKE. Vengamma Reddy Bhuma (India) Stroke
HALL F 14:00 - 14:08 EFFECT OF VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION THERAPY ON FATIGUE IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL Amina Mohammad Awad (Egypt) Multiple Sclerosis and Inflammatory Diseases of CNS
HALL A 14:09 - 14:17 EFFECT OF SIMULTANEOUS UPPER AND LOWER LIMB ABOBOTULINUMTOXINA INJECTIONS AND GUIDED SELF-REHABILITATION CONTRACTS IN SPASTIC HEMIPARESIS: ENGAGE STUDY METHODOLOGY Jean-Michel Gracies (France) Stroke
HALL B 14:09 - 14:17 EFFECTIVENESS OF TENDON TRANSFERS IN UPPER EXTREMITY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SPASTIC HEMIPLEGIA - A PROSPECTIVE SURGICAL STUDY Anand Vinay Varma (India) Motor Control
HALL C 14:09 - 14:17 ‘REBOOT ONLINE’: A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL DEMONSTRATING THAT AN INTERNET-DELIVERED MULTIDSIPCLINARY PAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IS EFFECTIVE IN CHRONIC PAIN Steven G Faux (Australia) Other Diseases
HALL D 14:09 - 14:17 EFFICACY OF VISUAL EVOKED RESPONSE (VER) AND BRAINSTEM EVOKED RESPONSE AUDIOMETRY (BERA) IN HYPOXIC ISCHEMIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (HIE) IN PATIENTS PROGNOSIS Maheswarappa Bm (India) Stroke
HALL E 14:09 - 14:17 EFFECTS OF MUSIC THERAPY INTERVENTION IN REHABILITATION OF PATIENTS DIAGNOSED WITH NON-PROGRESSIVE BRAIN DISORDERS Ashish Vijay Kasbe (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL F 14:09 - 14:17 PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY SURGERY OUTCOME Sangeeta Ravat (India) Other Diseases
HALL A 14:18 - 14:26 RELATIONSHIP NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL EFFECTS OF CONSTRAINT INDUCED MOVEMENT THERAPY: A SYSTEMATI REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS Auwal Abdullahi (Nigeria) Stroke
HALL B 14:18 - 14:26 REHABILITATION OF SPINAL CORD INJURY PATIENTS : AN ARMED FORCES PERSPECTIVE Vikas Maheshwari (India) Spinal Cord Injury
HALL C 14:18 - 14:26 THE EFFECT OF MIRROR NEURON THERAPY IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE R.S Ganga Tharan (India) Parkinson and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
HALL D 14:18 - 14:26 FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIVITY PREDICTS NEUROPLASTIC RESPONSE INDUCED BY NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION IN STROKE: OPPORTUNITIES TO INDIVIDUALISE STIMULATION BASED ON CONNECTIVITY PROFILE Brenton Hordacre (Australia) Stroke
HALL E 14:18 - 14:26 MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRASOUND ASSISTED MINIMAL INCISION FLEXOR RETINACULAM RELEASE IN CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME Sreejith K (India) Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuromuscular Disease
HALL F 14:18 - 14:26 CHRONIC PAIN IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY Bhasker Amatya (Australia) Multiple Sclerosis and Inflammatory Diseases of CNS
HALL A 14:27 - 14:35 KINEMATIC VARIABLES QUANTIFYING UPPER LIMB MOTOR FUNCTION AFTER STROKE IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT Netha Hussain (Sweden) Stroke
HALL B 14:27 - 14:35 CHALLENGES FOR NEURO-REHABILITATION IN INDIA. Premananand S Ramani (India) Neurorehabilitation in Developing Countries
HALL C 14:27 - 14:35 REPEATED SESSIONS OF CALORIC VESTIBULAR STIMULATION REDUCE THE FREQUENCY AND SEVERITY OF EPISODIC MIGRAINE Mohamed Sakel (United Kingdom) Other Diseases
HALL D 14:27 - 14:35 SELF-REGULATING BRAIN AND MUSCLE ACTIVITY SIMULTANEOUSLY TO MINIMIZE NON-OBVIOUS, COMPENSATORY TENDENCIES DURING STROKE REHABILITATION: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL STUDY Daphne Menezes (Singapore) Stroke
HALL E 14:27 - 14:35 ROLE OF SURGERIES IN EARLY AMBULATION OF CEREBRAL PALSY ANALYSIS OF1 540 CHILDREN Sreedhar --- Thuppal (India) Peripheral Neuropathy and Neuromuscular Disease
HALL F 14:27 - 14:35 PRVALENCE OF DYSPHAGIA IN CHINA: AN EPIDEMIOLOGY SURVERY AMONG 6102 PARTICIPANTS Zu Lin Dou (China) Other Diseases
HALL A 14:36 - 14:44 ROLE OF RTMS IN RECOVERY OF ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE: A CLINICAL AND BIOMARKER STUDY WITH ESTIMATION OF SERUM GROWTH FACTORS. Hina Sharma (India) Stroke
HALL B 14:36 - 14:44 DOES THINKING WITH THE BODY IS EFFECTIVE FOR COGNTIVE TRAINING? A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL "THINKING IN MOTION" STUDY" Maayan Agmon (Israel) Motor Control
HALL C 14:36 - 14:44 EFFECTS OF GAZE DIRECTION RECOGNITION EXERCISE ON PAIN INTENSITY, BALANCE AND DISABILITY LEVEL IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC NECK PAIN Ugur Cavlak (Turkey) Other Diseases
HALL D 14:36 - 14:44 ROBOTIC ASSISTED GAIT TRAINING (RAGT) FOR LONG TERM REHABILITATION OF STROKE PATIENTS Ramakant Yadav (India) Stroke
HALL E 14:36 - 14:44 EFFECTS AND MECHANISM OF MIRROR BASED INTEGRATIVE MOTOR AND SENSORY TRAINING ON UPPER LIMB FUNCTION OF STROKE PATIENTS Chunlei Shan (China) Stroke
HALL F 14:36 - 14:44 PROFILE OF NEUROLOGICAL SYMPTOMS AND VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY IN A NEUROLOGY CLINIC IN AN URBAN SETTING IN INDIA Varsha Anant Patil (India) Other Diseases