We created a scalable, light-weight robotic exoskeleton that functions as a video game controller and a tablet gaming suite with games that facilitate therapeutic exercises.
Tag Archives | Stroke rehabilitation
Jaime Bravo, Matt D’Errico, Marija Ilievska, Jessica Russo, and Maria Talarico (The Ohio State University) designed a device to aid in range of motion rehabilitation for stroke patients at Ohio State’s Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza
Mark Wronkiewicz, Charles Damian Holmes, Jenny Liu, Elizabeth Russell, Colleen Rhoades, Jason Dunkley, Thane Somers ABSTRACT Stroke and other nervous system injuries can damage or destroy hand motor control and greatly upset daily activities. Brain computer interfaces (BCIs) represent an emerging technology that bypasses damaged nerves to restore basic motor function and provide more effective rehabilitation. […]
We present a novel brain computer interface, the IpsiHand, which combines advances in neurophysiology, electronics, and rehabilitation.
User centred design techniques were used to develop a rehabilitation robotic device that would increase access to rehabilitation and give therapists another tool in the rehabilitation of the upper limb of stroke survivors.