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Establish a representative normative database of oxygen consumption during walking that can be used to contrast the walking gait performance of patients with walking gait deficits.
The objective of this study is to examine the effects of mild intermittent hypoxia (i.e. brief and intermittent episodes of low oxygen) therapy in combination with an anti-inflammatory drug on motor performance (i.e. ability to perform a particular task) in persons with spinal cord injury
Our aim is to determine the prevalence of bullying as well as obtain psychometric data regarding bullying from children with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities.
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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 purpose of this study is to study the effects of using different leg braces in people who have leg weakness due to neurologic or neuromuscular disease, orthopedic disease or trauma, using a repeated measures design.
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.
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 investigate the mechanisms underlying pathological changes associated with spasticity/contracture and improvements induced by intelligent stretching.
The purpose of this study is to examine the safety and effectiveness of gait training with a robotic exoskeleton.
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