Devices used for shoulder subluxation in a stroke population: a systematic review

P Abery, H Bruckner, G Maddalon, B Shelley, Wayne A Hing

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Aim: This systematic review aims to examine the current literature for the common devices used to manage
shoulder subluxation following stroke and whether the effectiveness of these devices is short or long-term
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 7 Oct 2023
EventAustralian Physiotherapy Association: INGNITE Physiotherapy Conference 2023 - Brisbane Convention Centre, Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 5 Oct 20237 Oct 2023


ConferenceAustralian Physiotherapy Association
Abbreviated titleINGNITE 2023
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