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Effect of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation in Functional recovery of Patient's with Stroke-A review

Aditi Chaturvedi

Background: PNF has been used for very long time for the functional improvement of stroke. In this review functions were selected according to the ICF (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health) corsets in the domain of Activity and Participation.

Aim: The purpose of this study is to review the effectiveness of PNF in stroke for functional recovery of patients.

Method: PubMed and Google scholar was searched using the following strategy- Language- English, Time period- all, Keywords- PNF, stroke, gait, balance, functional recovery. Inclusion criteria- RCT, meta-analysis, CASP- 80%.

Conclusion: This finding provides important aspects regarding the use of PNF in functional recovery of stroke, in various functional activities according to the ICF corsets, as PNF helps in major areas like gait, co-ordination and balance.

Implications: There is no enough clear evidence on the use of PNF, although there are reviews that state use of specific techniques for specific goals. Further studies are required to see the use of soma order online various PNF techniques as a whole or individually. Until then PNF technique can be used in clinical practice as there is no report of adverse events.