Affiliation: Oslo University College
- An evaluation of two different exercise regimes during the first year following stroke: a randomised controlled trialBirgitta Langhammer
Faculty of Health, Physiotherapy Programme, Oslo University College, St Olavspl, Oslo 4, Norway
Physiother Theory Pract 25:55-68. 2009..g., ability to use the telephone independently). Attending examination sessions following each intervention phase appeared to be strong motivators for training, irrespective of group allocation...
- Bobath or motor relearning programme? A follow-up one and four years post strokeBirgitta Langhammer
Faculty of Health Sciences Physiotherapy Programme, Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway
Clin Rehabil 17:731-4. 2003....
- Exercise on a treadmill or walking outdoors? A randomized controlled trial comparing effectiveness of two walking exercise programmes late after strokeBirgitta Langhammer
Physiotherapy Programme, Faculty of Health, Oslo University College Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Oslo 4 1450 Nesoddtangen, Norway
Clin Rehabil 24:46-54. 2010..A secondary aim was to compare the outcomes in relation to length of time exercising and number of exercise occasions between the two...
- Stroke patients and long-term training: is it worthwhile? A randomized comparison of two different training strategies after rehabilitationBirgitta Langhammer
Oslo University College, Faculty of Health, Physiotherapy Programme, Oslo, Norway
Clin Rehabil 21:495-510. 2007....
- Co-variation of tests commonly used in stroke rehabilitationBirgitta Langhammer
Oslo University College Faculty of Health Sciences, Oslo, Norway
Physiother Res Int 11:228-34. 2006....
- Exercise and health-related quality of life during the first year following acute stroke. A randomized controlled trialBirgitta Langhammer
Faculty of Health, Physiotherapy Programme, Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway
Brain Inj 22:135-45. 2008....
- Can physiotherapy after stroke based on the Bobath concept result in improved quality of movement compared to the motor relearning programmeBirgitta Langhammer
Faculty of Health Sciences, Oslo University College and Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Oslo, Norway
Physiother Res Int 16:69-80. 2011....
- Physiotherapy and physical functioning post-stroke: exercise habits and functioning 4 years later? Long-term follow-up after a 1-year long-term intervention period: a randomized controlled trialBirgitta Langhammer
Faculty of Health, Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, Norway
Brain Inj 28:1396-405. 2014..Physical activity is mandatory if patients are to remain healthy and independent after stroke...
- General motor function assessment scale--reliability of a Norwegian versionBirgitta Langhammer
Department of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health, Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, Norway and
Disabil Rehabil 36:1704-12. 2014..The aim of the present study was to translate the GMF into a Norwegian version (N-GMF) and establish its reliability and clinical feasibility...
- Functional exercise and physical fitness post stroke: the importance of exercise maintenance for motor control and physical fitness after strokeBirgitta Langhammer
Physiotherapy Programme, Faculty of Health Sciences, Oslo University College, Box 4, Sanct Olavs pl, 0130 Oslo, Norway
Stroke Res Treat 2012:864835. 2012..This indicates the importance of maintaining exercise and training for all persons after stroke...