Some articles on induced, therapy, induced movement therapy:
... Constraint-induced aphasia therapy (CIAT) is based on similar principles as constraint-induced movement therapy developed by Dr ... Constraint-induced movement therapy is based on the idea that a person with an impairment (physical or communicative) develops a "learned nonuse" by compensating for the lost function with other means such as using ... In constraint-induced movement therapy, the alternative limb is constrained with a glove or sling and the patient is forced to use the affected limb ...
... The idea for constraint-induced therapy is actually at least 100 years old ... After two weeks of this therapy, the monkeys were able to use their once hemiplegic arms again ... and it came to be called constraint-induced movement therapy ...
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