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Effects of the Motivation for Rehabilitation on the Functional Performance of Stroke Patients

대한물리치료학회지 2020년 32권 1호 p.39 ~ 43
길소라 ( Kil So-Ra ) - Cheongju University Graduate School of Health Sciences Department of Physical Therapy

손성민 ( Son Sung-Min ) - Cheongju University Graduate School of Health Sciences Department of Physical Therapy

Abstract


Purpose: This study examined whether the motivation for rehabilitation influences the functional performance of stroke patients.

Methods: To elucidate the same, correlation analysis between the ‘rehabilitation motivation level’ and ‘functional performance improvement’ was performed. Thirty-three stroke patients, who were hospitalized in rehabilitation and nursing hospitals, were enrolled in this study. Functional performance was assessed using the 10MWT, FRT, and the BBS. Statistical analysis was performed to determine the correlation between the reactivation symptoms and rehabilitation therapy at four weeks, eight weeks, and 12 weeks.

Results: The results showed a significant correlation between the reactivation symptoms and rehabilitation therapy, as evidenced by the 10MWT, FRT, and BBS (8-12 weeks 10M gait test, Berg balance scale for 4-8 weeks, and 8-12 weeks). The FRT did not reveal any significant correlation between the rehabilitation program and reactivation.

Conclusion: The present study confirmed that a higher motivation for rehabilitation in stroke patients resulting in a higher likelihood of it acting as a factor in improving their functional ability. Based on the above-mentioned results, this study suggests that a rehabilitation program could be considered for the motivation of patients to participate in a rehabilitation program.

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Rehabilitation motivation; Functional performance; correlation
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