Aim of this CAT
Existing literature provides evidence for mirror therapy interventions during the subacute stage of stroke; the purpose of this CAT is to discover evidence for mirror therapy during the chronic stage of stroke.
Male, 63, right-sided chronic stroke with moderate left hemiparesis
Mirror Therapy Defined
Mirror therapy is a therapeutic intervention using the motions of the unaffected side of the body, reflected in a mirror, as visual feedback; this feedback enables bilateral motor training and stimulates functional improvement of the brain.1
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Grubb, Elise and Ponischil, Sara, "Mirror Therapy & Motor Function with Chronic Stroke" (2019). Occupational Therapy Graduate Student Evidenced-Based Research Reviews. 42.