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This study is being done to find out how upper limb muscle coordination (how shoulder and elbow muscles work together) is affected following stroke.
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.
The control of arm posture and movement after stroke
This study examines abnormal combined muscle patterns and tightness of the weakened arm during reaching following stroke.
To enhance independent walking function in people with incomplete SCI by adding adaptive resistance at targeted phase of walking during BWSTT in order to augment motor adaptation.
Studying how robots and virtual reality can be used as rehabilitation tools. Participants will move a handle connected to a computer-controlled robot and perform tasks in a virtual reality system similar to a video game. Your participation would help advance our knowledge on the motor learning of stroke survivors.
Characterizing the perceptual and motor deficits associated with neglect following stroke using a virtual reality system similar to a video game.
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