Special Issue "Functional Impairment Evaluation and Personalized Treatment in Stroke Patients"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2022) | Viewed by 34595
Interests: neurorehabilitation; neuroplasticity; non-invasive brain stimulation; stroke rehabilitation; Parkinson’s disease rehabilitation
Stroke patients commonly have functional impairments even after proper acute management, and disability after stroke can be a significant burden on patients, caregivers, and society. Many efforts have been made to improve the function in stroke patients. Unlike other diseases, each stroke patient can show different impairments in various functional domains, and a wide variety of factors affect disability in stroke patients. Therefore, it is necessary to apply accurate evaluation for functions and personalized treatment methods in consideration of various characteristics of each stroke patient to improve function. This Special Issue of the Journal of Personalized Medicine aims to highlight the current state of the science and clinical research of the latest findings in the field of stroke rehabilitation. Studies include those that explore new assessment tools using advance technology, and clinical and patient-based approaches. Scientific advances in the field of neuroscience and stroke rehabilitation will continue to pave the path toward personalized evaluation and treatment for optimal management.Dr. Won Hyuk Chang
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- Personalized approaches
- Precision medicine
- Recovery of function
- Stroke rehabilitation