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Submissions from 2013

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Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) as a Post Stroke Intervention, Ashley Davis, Anah Gunesch, Shannon Wagner, Martha Wegner, and Colin Westerfield

Submissions from 2012

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Craniosacral Therapy: The Science of Belief, Brittany Cooley, Brielyn Jensen, Leah Kresse, Abby Ritter, and Justin Teerlinck

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The Effects of Kinesio Tape in a Therapeutic Setting, Hannah Frankamp, Erin Kelly, Nicole Wayda, Michelle Apsley, and Cory Warner

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The Effects of Yoga Intervention on Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Patients: A Critical Appraisal of the Topic, Kelsey Fuller, Jhonavie Ganir, Kelly Greathouse, Kimberly Larsen, and Lindsey Rohde

Submissions from 2011

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Influence of social relationships on obesity prevalence and management, Alyssa Finn

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Effectiveness of Mirror Therapy in Recovery of Functional Movement after Stroke, Christine Harrison-Beard

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Utilization of Occupational Therapy in the Treatment of Patients Suffering from Chronic Pain, Kiersten Johnson

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Is Constraint Induced Movement Therapy a Superior treatment for CVA?, Eric Spence

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The Impact of Mental Practice on Performance of Daily Tasks in Clients Post Stroke, Patricia Wagner

Submissions from 2010

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The Effects of Joint Protection on Task Performance in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ryan Farwell

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Effects of peer/support groups for burn patients’ perception of their overall recovery, Emily Hess

Effectiveness of Early, Intensive Postoperative Therapy on Functional Outcomes for Individuals Undergoing Hip Replacement, David Huffman

How coping and adjustment affect outcomes post spinal cord injury, Amy Roth

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Sexual Health and Spinal Cord Injury, Emily Secter

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The Effectiveness of Mental Imagery on the Functional Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients with Hemiparesis, Jaime Yoshino

Submissions from 2009

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There is evidence showing mirror therapy to reduce phantom limb pain in adult clients with lower limb amputations, Ashley Culver

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Cognitive rehabilitation for individuals with multiple sclerosis does not have defined treatment protocols but the current literature expresses that treatment does show improvement, Stefanie Fendrick

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Effective treatment of behavioral symptoms of dementia and relief of caregiver burden through non-pharmacological interventions and participation in activity, Anne Furey

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Effectiveness of robot-assisted therapy on stroke patients with upper extremity impairment, Marisa Hurley

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Can Constraint Induced Therapy Style Intervention Be Effectively Incorporated into Standard Neurorehabilitation?, Pam Hursey-King

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Is conservative treatment as effective as surgical intervention for people with carpal tunnel syndrome?, Summer Ireland

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Key Determinants of RTW Following Traumatic SCI: A Critically Appraised Topic, Brandon K. Johnson

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Music has potential as an adjunctive occupational therapy intervention for adults in hospitals to relieve pain, anxiety, and potentially reduce the use of analgesics, Dona Johnson

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Effectiveness of Mind Body Interventions for Adults with Chronic Pain, Christy Mabry

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Limited Evidence Suggests That Action Observation and Imitation Supports Upper Extremity Motor Rehabilitation in Patients With Stroke, Wendy Mazaud

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Energy Conservation Techniques are an Effective form of Treatment for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis, Jill Peacock

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There is moderate evidence indicating vestibular rehabilitation therapy is effective in treating vestibular disorders, Anna Potter

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Effectiveness of Wrist and Hand Splinting for Increasing Recovery of Individuals Post-Stroke, Dana Sanford

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Role of Leisure in Stroke Rehabilitation, Alicia Van Nice

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There is limited evidence to support inclusion of spirituality in occupational therapy interventions in older adult populations with physical disabilities, Karen Wells

Submissions from 2008

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In post-stroke rehabilitation, is domiciliary care more cost-effective with higher positive health outcomes than hospital- or sub-acute inpatient care?, Olivia Norris

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Splinting, Kelly Perez

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Can occupational therapy intervention focused on activities of daily living increase quality of life in people who have had a stroke?, Alys Tamulinas

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Meaningful engagement in activity can enhance upper extremity motor performance more than rote exercise in stroke rehabilitation, Karen Traicoff

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What evidence exists (published between 1988 and 2008) on the treatment of spinal cord injury related spasticity with Botulinum-Toxin and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation?, Morgan Williams