Max Näder Center for Rehabilitation Technologies and Outcomes Research
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Reliability and Efficacy of an Upper Extremity Robotic Exoskeleton
The purpose of this study is to the use of an upper extremity robotic rehabilitation system for persons with impaired functional use of one or both upper extremities due to stroke.read more
C-STAR Movement Database
The purpose of this study is to collect data from varying populations to create a database for clinicians and researchers.read more
Robot Based Gait Training Therapy for Pediatric Population with Cerebral Palsy
This study is looking for children with Cerebral Palsy to wear an robotic exoskeleton to help improve walking ability.read more
Stride management assist exoskeleton vs functional gait training in stroke: A randomized trial.
OBJECTIVE: To test the hypothesis that gait training with a hip-assistive robotic exoskeleton improves clinical outcomes and strengthens the descending corticospinal drive to the lower limb muscles in persons with chronic stroke. METHODS: Fifty participants completed the randomized, single-blind, parallel study. Participants received over-ground gait training with the Honda Stride Management Assist (SMA) exoskeleton or intensity-matched functional gait training, delivered in 18 sessions over 6…read more
Wearable sensors for Parkinson’s disease: which data are worth collecting for training symptom detection modelsread more
Postural and Metabolic Benefits of Using a Forearm Support Walker in Older Adults with Impairmentsread more
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