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What a daily session may look like!

Neuromodulation Research Study

Using transcranial magnetic stimulation, peripheral nerve stimulation, and exercise to expedite recovery from spinal cord injury.

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Parkinson's Research Study for Healthy Controls

We are studying biological markers, or biomarkers of Parkinson's disease to develop a way to measure how well treatment is working in individuals and identify people with PD at early stages for treatments.

Research Project

What a CHAT session may look like!

Join the CHAT - A Community of Hand Ability Training

The Perez Lab team exclusively offers FREE hand training for ANYONE with a neurological condition that affects the function of their hands, including but not limited to: Spinal Cord Injury (Any level), Stroke, MS, Parkinson's, ALS, etc. We use a combination of games, cutting-edge robotics, sensors, and upper body exercises to help people improve the function of their hands in terms of pinching, grasping, and dexterity. Come by any time 8:30AM-4PM Monday-Friday and meet us!

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A Pilot Investigation to Determine if Pathogens are Present on Gel Liners Worn by Amputees

This project will explore the correlation of potentially harmful bacteria to various liner conditions such as age of the liner, material properties, and patient hygiene practices.

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Improving Arm Movement Using Wearable Device After Stroke

Age Range At least 18 years old

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Brain-Machine Interfacing for Hand and Arm Movement

The ultimate goal of this project is to restore hand and arm function to people with paralysis from neurological disorders. Brain machine interfaces - BMIs, which decode electrical signals recorded from the brain, offer one way to bypass the area causing paralysis and intuitively reanimate paralyzed muscles via electrical stimulation.

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Communication Building with Brain-Machine Interface

BMIs have been able to restore basic communication by allowing patients to slowly spell out individual letters by decoding particular signals, most commonly evoked potentials in response to some stimulus.

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Improving Arm Movement After Stroke Using Wearable Device

The Slutzky Neuroprosthetics Lab Team is evaluating a new rehab therapy using wearable devices and a video game interface to improve arm movement after stroke.

Research Project

Dr. Monica Rho, Team Physician for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team

Keeping the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team Healthy and Injury Free

Staying healthy and injury-free is a critical role, tasked to team physician Dr. Monica Rho, the chief of musculoskeletal medicine at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab.

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Shirley Ryan AbilityLab Response to COVID-19

Protecting Patients. Advancing Ability.

At Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, the safety of our community is our first priority. The following protocols have been enacted to protect the health and wellness of our patients, visitors and staff.

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South Bend Man Raises funds for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

South Bend man shaves head to raise money for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Almost seven years ago, Matthew Brewster woke up for school, but something didn't feel right. After a traumatic brain injury, he's now paying it forward.

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