Establishing an intensive, high dose, stroke recovery student-led clinic to improve upper limb outcomes

This research from the University of South Australia is exploring new ways of delivering stroke rehabilitation, so that people in the community can access high-quality health care.

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a burst of intensive training for arm recovery, delivered through a student-led clinic.

People in South Australia who have experienced a stroke and whose arm has not fully recovered are invited to participate.

A total of 90 hours of therapy over a 5-week period will be provided. This will include:

  • traditional physiotherapy
  • group classes
  • home exercises
  • new innovative rehabilitation technologies.


Interested people are invited to contact Dr Brenton Hordacre for further information.

Phone: 08 8302 1286

Participant information sheet (DOCX 5 MB)