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Abstract #2355

Mirror Therapy Increases Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Stroke Recovery

Christine S Law1, Aarti Sharma2, and Iris Grunwald2

1Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, United States, 2Southend Hospital, Southend-on-sea, United Kingdom

Mirror therapy increases resting-state functional connectivity when compared to conventional rehabilitation. In particular, connectivity increase is linearly proportional to increase in pinch strength. Our results strongly indicate neuronal changes resulting from mirror therapy, and that mirror therapy is of palpable benefit.

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