Role of wrist-extension in motor control in upper-limb post-stroke recovery is significant. We compared neural structures controlling unilateral versus bilateral movement of wrist-extension task using fMRI in 6 healthy-volunteers and 6 stroke-patients. Significant BOLD activation was observed in PG during all three tasks in healthy-volunteers. Activation with bilateral-task were considerably higher than unilateral-task. In patients with stroke as a result of re-organization, ipsi-lesion cerebellum-area shows activation for affected-hand movement not present in healthy-volunteers, supporting evidence for advantages of bilateral-training in functional imaging. Knowledge of reorganization-pattern for coordinated-movement involved in bilateral-tasks may be helpful in addressing the rehabilitation of stroke-patients.