Stroke Rehabilitation: Constraint Induced Movement Therapy       

References to Research Articles


1) Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: A New Family of Techniques with Broad Application to Physical Rehabilitation-A Clinical Review. Edward Taub, PhD; Gitendra Uswatte, MA; Rama Pidikiti, MD. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 1999; Vol 36 No. 3

2)  Treatment-Induced Cortical Reorganization After Stroke in Humans. Joachim Liepert, MD; Heike Bauder, PhD; Wolfgang H.R. Miltner, PhD; Edward Taub, PhD; Cornelius Weiller, MD. Stroke. 2000; 31:1210-1216. 

3)  Improvement After Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy  is Independent of Infarct Location in Chronic Stroke Patients. Lynne V. Gauthier, MA; Edward Taub, PhD; Victor W. Mark, MD; Christi Perkins, BS; Gitendra Uswatte, PhD. Stroke. 2009; 40: 2468-2472. 

4)  Remodeling the Brain Plastic Structural Brain Changes Produced by Different Motor Therapies After Stroke. Lynne V. Gauthier, MA; Edward Taub, PhD; Christi Perkins, BS; Magdalene Ortmann; Victor W. Mark, MD; Gitendra Uswatte, PhD. Stroke. 2008; 39:1520-1525.

Links to Video Footage About CIMT

Leaders in

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy

        To learn more about Dr. Ed Taub and the CI Therapy, click here      

Other Helpful Websites:

Remodeling the Brain by the University of Alabama