Laboratory of Engineering for Gait Science
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Repeat Exposure to Leg Swing Perturbations During Treadmill Training Induces Long-Term Retention of Increased Step Length in Human SCI: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Study.
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether repeat exposure to force perturbations during treadmill training can induce long-term retention of improved step length and overall improvements in locomotor function in persons with spinal cord injury. DESIGN: Fourteen patients with spinal cord injury were recruited and randomly assigned to swing resistance or swing assistance training groups. A controlled swing resistance or assistance force, for resistance or assistance training groups, respectively, was…read more
Using swing resistance and assistance to improve gait symmetry in individuals post-stroke.read more
Robotic resistance/assistance training improves locomotor function in individuals poststroke: a randomized controlled study.read more
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Drs. Jayaraman and Rogers's collaborative project features a Band-Aid-like flexible sensor that could detect early COVID-19 symptoms. Details of this innovative research are featured on Smithsonian magazine.