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Background: With advances in medicine, there are increasing numbers of people living who have had a stroke. One of the major factors that can limit improvement is cognitive dysfunction. Cognitive rehabilitation in conjunction with large amounts of repetition can result in lasting neuronal changes. Purpose: The purpose of this case study is to describe the decision making process for physical therapy examination and intervention for a patient who had a stroke with accompanying cognitive dysfunction and decreased

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Balance And Functional Skill Training For A Patient With Cognitive Dysfunction And Impaired Safety Awareness: A Case Report



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