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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.
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 list of patients who agree to be contacted when there are opportunities to participate in arthritis research studies at the RIC.
To provide individuals who are interested in research a way to be contacted about current and future studies.
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 use EMG-pattern-recognition algorithms to augment onboard mechanical sensor data to create an intuitive, robust, and safe overall control strategy for a powered lower limb prosthesis.
We are interested in understanding the effects of knee injuries on the development of arthritis.
Robotic Rehabilitation, Neurological Disorders, Stretching
Treating stiff arms by stretching it using a portable robot with intelligent control and to evaluate the changes caused by the spasticity/contracture and changes induced by the stretching in both patients with spasticity and in healthy subjects.
To determine the effect of MCL injury on reflex based muscle contractions at the knee.
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