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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.
To improve the efficacy of BWSTT in children with cerebral palsy (CP) using a novel robotic therapy that applies controlled force to the leg during the swing phase of gait.
To create and pilot an interactive training program consisting of social interaction, physical activity, formal skill training and education.
To determine how walking velocity affects limb movement and muscle activation patterns during walking in individuals with stroke and clinically identifiable hip circumduction.
To determine how individuals following stroke regain walking ability with goal-directed, robotic-assisted and therapist-assisted body weight supported gait retraining.
The objective of this study is to determine if hip circumduction during the swing phase of gait arises from impaired hip muscle activation patterns.
Investigating whether or not individuals post stroke can perform physical therapy exercises for walking and balance with the assistance of a therapist and a robot called the KineAssist.
We are interested in understanding the effects of knee injuries on the development of arthritis.
To investigate effectiveness of use of simple elastic devices to facilitate walking post-stroke
Compare walking outcomes resulting from gait and balance training with standard physical therapist interaction versus training with the addition of a KineAssist.
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