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Functional Connectivity in the Upper Limb for Individuals Post-Stroke

This project focuses on the neuroplastic mechanisms that enable some people with stroke to regain high quality control of their paretic arm post-stroke.

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Bilateral Priming for Upper Extremity Hemiparesis

The purpose of the study is to determine the best treatment for the arm that has been affected by a stroke. The investigators plan to determine if the arm affected by a stroke will improve with a combination of motor priming and motor training.

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Honda Walking Assist Device Home Trial

In this study, we aim to verify the safety and validate the usability of the Honda Walking Assist (HWA) device in the home setting.

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HCBS Webinar: The Evolution of Person-Centered Practices

Understand more about person-centered practices, person-centered skills and evolving efforts related to person-centered planning.

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Physical Activity Engagement

Our goal is also to understand factors that maybe related to individual engagement in physical activity and how that changes in certain conditions e.g. lung cancer diagnosis or mitigation strategies of COVID-19.

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Outcomes of Musculoskeletal Treatments

Our work in this area focuses on outlining factors that maybe related to the outcome of musculoskeletal procedures or treatments for degenerative musculoskeletal conditions.

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Adaptive Sports Research

We are investigating physical activity and common injuries in individuals playing adaptive sports.

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Knee Osteoarthritis

Learn more about our projects and focus on assisting sports injury and biological markers for knee joint distress.

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Digital Health Technology for Physical Therapy

This study is currently recruiting for Aim 1, which includes a short interview to help us learn about the barriers and facilitators to using digital health technology for people with Parkinson’s. If you are a physical therapist, a person with Parkinson’s, or a person who works in the technology industry, you may be eligible for this study!

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