Mobility Training Using Exoskeletons For Functional Recovery After Stroke - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Mobility Training Using Exoskeletons For Functional Recovery After Stroke

Objective

The purpose of this study is to examine the safety and effectiveness of gait training with a robotic exoskeleton. Training sessions will focus on walking speed, overall balance, and walking endurance. Subjects will participate in 90 minute training sessions 3 times per week for approximately 10 weeks.

IRB Protocol Number
STU00089523
Principal Investigator(s)
Arun Jayaraman

Clinical Trial Categories

  • Brain Injury Research
  • Gait Research
  • Stroke Research
  • General Rehabilitation
Contact
Matthew Knowlton, PT at 312-238-2640
or mknowlton@ricres.org
Who Can Participate

Individuals who have experienced a severe stroke that has significant affected their walking. We are currently recruiting subjects who are 6 months or more post stroke, between the ages of 18-85, and weighing less than 220 lbs.   

Compensation provided:   $20 per session