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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.
Study of an investigational drug (Lenalidomide) for pain associated with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS or reflex sympathetic dystrophy).
To determine whether neural responses elicited with familiar vocal stimulation improve neurobehavioral outcomes and/or elicit activation in expected regions; To examine the relationship between neurobehavioral and neurophysiological responses to high doses of familiar vocal stimulation during coma recovery.
To develop a registry of research volunteers for the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research
Large datasets, pilot studies, rehabilitation outcomes
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.
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