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To evaluate visuo-motor functioning following concussion. In this study participants will move a handle connected to a computer controlled robot and perform tasks in a virtual reality similar to a video game.
To improve neuromuscular control about the minor axes of the knee to prevent knee injuries or to reduce/rehabilitate knee injuries in subjects with existing knee injuries using a novel pivoting/sliding elliptical machine.
To estimate current prevalence of amputees in the center-based catchment area of the RIC. Sufficient data will be collected that will characterize amputees in the Chicago area with respect to demographic and clinical features, e.g., etiology, laterality, post-amputation pain, use of assistive devices.
To develop a list of patients who agree to be contacted when there are opportunities to participate in arthritis research studies at the RIC.
To develop a registry of research volunteers for the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research
To provide individuals who are interested in research a way to be contacted about current and future studies.
Examining robot-aided walking performance using newer, advanced robotic technology. This knowledge is expected to assist the development of rehabilitation programs that could improve walking outcomes in individuals who have had a stroke and help them become independent ambulators.
The study objective is to compare task specific training using a robotic exoskeleton SMA vs. traditional physical therapy in the outpatient setting for individuals post-stroke.
To compare the execution of coordinated movement patterns before and after a dance program centered in classical ballet theory and designed for adults with PD and to asses the impact on their mental status, activities and participation.
Neurological disorders, stretching, robotic rehabilitation
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