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How can intensive repetitive therapy help in stroke rehabilitation?

Large stroke rehabilitation programs are increasingly using intensive repetitive therapy to aid stroke recovery. Moving patients' limbs to simulate natural arm and leg movements may help to restore neurological pathways as it strengthens muscles and improves circulation.

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