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Brain-controlled functional electrical stimulation for lower-limb motor recovery in stroke survivors

Colin M. McCrimmon, Christine E. King, Po T. Wang, Steven C. Cramer, Zoran Nenadic, An H. Do
2014 2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  
In this article, we assess the feasibility of BCI-controlled functional electrical stimulation (FES) as a novel physiotherapy for post-stroke foot drop.  ...  These results indicate that chronic stroke survivors can operate the BCI-FES system, and that BCI-FES intervention may promote functional improvements.  ...  Brain-computer interface (BCI) controlled functional electrical stimulation (FES) may be one such approach [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/embc.2014.6943823 pmid:25570191 pmcid:PMC6025893 dblp:conf/embc/McCrimmonKWCND14 fatcat:f4vyaknq2fgcfani5h5vdaf73u

Rewiring the Lesioned Brain: Electrical Stimulation for Post-Stroke Motor Restoration

Shi-chun Bao, Ahsan Khan, Rong Song, Raymond Kai-yu Tong
2020 Journal of Stroke  
The use of electrical stimulation to facilitate post-stroke motor recovery presents great opportunities in terms of targeted intervention and easy applicability.  ...  Electrical stimulation has been extensively applied in post-stroke motor restoration, but its treatment mechanisms are not fully understood.  ...  Medial interhemispheric fissure area is responsible for lower limb cortical control, some of lower limb related cortical regions are deep inside and cannot be easily stimulated using noninvasive stimulation  ... 
doi:10.5853/jos.2019.03027 pmid:32027791 pmcid:PMC7005350 fatcat:vb5xhc67ovgirnlzqi53ljwfja

Functional Electrical Stimulation and Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Neurorehabilitation in Patients Post Stroke: A Short Communication

Ardalan Shariat, Lida Hosseini, Mahboubeh Ghayour Najafabadi, Joshua A Cleland, Brandon S Shaw, Ina Shaw
2018 Asian Journal of Sports Medicine  
the upper and lower limbs in patients post-stroke.  ...  Functional electrical stimulation (FES), and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) may be two advantageous treatments for reducing disability post-stroke.  ...  rTMS in Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Post-stroke rehabilitative brain stimulation is used to increase lower and upper limb function in particular walking, control of posture, and upper extremity movements  ... 
doi:10.5812/asjsm.80702 fatcat:6atbjity7zh3faimzoajek5any

Combined effect of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and functional electrical stimulation (FES) on upper limb recovery in patients with subacute stroke

Maya Devi, Narkeesh Arumugum, Divya Midha
2019 Journal of Neurology & Stroke  
Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge Department of Physiotherapy, Punjabi University, Kanishk Clinics, Patiala for providing their support in subject enrollment and participation to the researcher  ...  By theoretical understanding, a stroke rehabilitation protocol for upper limb motor recovery should include global motor learning, neurofacilitatry concepts, electrical brain stimulation and Functional  ...  in improving motor functional activities in subacute stroke survivors.  ... 
doi:10.15406/jnsk.2019.09.00364 fatcat:2c6b5me7xbgddounoapwbxjrxe

Pathway-specific modulatory effects of neuromuscular electrical stimulation during pedaling in chronic stroke survivors

Shi-Chun Bao, Wing-Cheong Leung, Vincent C. K. Cheung, Ping Zhou, Kai-Yu Tong
2019 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
Neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) is extensively used in stroke motor rehabilitation. How it promotes motor recovery remains only partially understood.  ...  recovery in chronic stroke survivors.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank to healthy and stroke subjects in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12984-019-0614-9 pmid:31744520 pmcid:PMC6862792 fatcat:gkyj4i5x7valnn3zktc2dlihqm

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to Facilitate Lower Limb Recovery Following Stroke: Current Evidence and Future Directions

Samuel Gowan, Brenton Hordacre
2020 Brain Sciences  
Preliminary evidence from both healthy adults and stroke survivors indicates that tDCS is a promising intervention to support recovery of lower limb function.  ...  The purpose of this review is to discuss tDCS as a technique to modulate brain activity and promote recovery of lower limb function following stroke.  ...  Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to Improve Lower Limb Motor Performance in Healthy Adults and People with Stroke In healthy adults, tDCS has proven beneficial for lower limb motor performance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10050310 pmid:32455671 fatcat:awory5aphjgshmjyc6j4vveqqm

Upper limb rehabilitation following stroke: current evidence and future perspectives

Zoe Adey-Wakeling, Maria Crotty
2013 Aging Health  
Recovery of upper limb function can be crucial for them to return to independent living and to participate in community life.  ...  This review describes upper limb recovery post stroke, and some of the new therapeutic approaches available to promote recovery.  ...  In exploring the role of electrical stimulation in the non-functional hemiplegic upper limb, a 2012 single blind randomized controlled trial [66] of 90 subjects demonstrated a positive effect on distal  ... 
doi:10.2217/ahe.13.67 fatcat:qcntqsq2tnalvg36y6lyyb4doe

The importance of visuo-motor coordination in upper limb rehabilitation after ischemic stroke by robotic therapy

Angelo Bulboaca, Ioana Stanescu, Gabriela Dogaru, Paul-Mihai Boarescu, Adriana Elena Bulboaca, Constantin MUNTEANU
2019 Balneo Research Journal  
A modern method consists in robotic neurorehabilitation which is more and more used, associated with functional electrical stimulation (FES).  ...  We analyzed the stroke impact on this sensorial-motor functional integration and looked for a possible solution for the interruption of coordination between eyes and the movements of the superior limb.  ...  The functional outcome in stroke rehabilitation strategies has two targets: one dedicated to upper limb motor recovery, and one dedicated to lower limb motor recovery.  ... 
doi:10.12680/balneo.2019.244 fatcat:nuu6anxz4rhbvesvvkscil7upe

Exercise-mediated locomotor recovery and lower-limb neuroplasticity after stroke

Larry W. Forrester
2008 Journal of rehabilitation research and development  
Assumptions that motor recovery plateaus within months after stroke are being challenged by advances in novel motor-learning-based rehabilitation therapies.  ...  Recent studies using neuroimaging and neurophysiological measures demonstrate central nervous system (CNS) influences on lower-limb motor control and gait.  ...  DURABLE LOWER-LIMB PLASTICITY AFTER STROKE Brain plasticity occurs with motor recovery after stroke.  ... 
doi:10.1682/jrrd.2007.02.0034 fatcat:jz7vonjskng4bgngku4ah273zu

Transforming neurorehabilitation of walking following stroke: the promise of non-invasive brain stimulation--a review

L M Rogers, S Madhavan, H Roth, J W Stinear
2011 Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience  
This narrative review discusses the neurophysiology of human motor cortex as it influences gait, and recent advances in the application of non-invasive brain stimulation to the lower limb motor cortex  ...  For the upper limb, numerous brain stimulation protocols have been described. These protocols, adapted for the leg, are now being used to examine the cortical control of gait.  ...  Importantly, their study highlights the difficulty in developing brain stimulation to enhance lower limb therapy for patients with brain or spinal cord injuries.  ... 
doi:10.3233/rnn-2011-0625 pmid:22204927 fatcat:euj7lkvw6ndkjbya5kekojmgp4

Brain–machine interfaces in neurorehabilitation of stroke

Surjo R. Soekadar, Niels Birbaumer, Marc W. Slutzky, Leonardo G. Cohen
2015 Neurobiology of Disease  
First, BMIs can establish continuous highdimensional brain-control of robotic devices or functional electric stimulation (FES) to assist in daily life activities (assistive BMI).  ...  However, recent studies demonstrated the brain's remarkable capacity for functional and structural plasticity and recovery even in severe chronic stroke.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Intramural Research Program (IRP) of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), USA; the German Federal Ministry of Education and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nbd.2014.11.025 pmid:25489973 fatcat:bbu5q6lc2rdmxlim3a4xb3aqmi

Motor imagery on upper extremity function for persons with stroke: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dongsu Lee, Sujin Hwang
2019 Physical therapy rehabilitation science  
Objective: The purpose of this review was to investigate whether motor imagery training has an effect on the recovery of upper extremity function in individuals with hemiparetic stroke or not.  ...  Methods: PubMed and three other databases were searched up to December 18th, 2018 and randomized controlled trials (RCTs) evaluating motor imagery training on upper extremity function in persons with a  ...  Among stroke survivors, recovery of function in the hemiparetic upper extremity has been noted to be fewer than 15% [2] .  ... 
doi:10.14474/ptrs.2019.8.1.52 fatcat:fikpqyv3b5erjehatisklgrzre

Neurotechnology-aided interventions for upper limb motor rehabilitation in severe chronic stroke

2019 Brain  
after stroke, including robotics, muscular electrical stimulation, brain stimulation and brain computer/machine interfaces.  ...  Upper limb motor deficits in severe stroke survivors often remain unresolved over extended time periods.  ...  Motor impairment of the upper limb occurs in 73-88% first time stroke survivors and in 55-75% of chronic stroke patients (Lawrence et al., 2001) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awz181 pmid:31257411 pmcid:PMC6658861 fatcat:t23ekfrmfnbavlymks3azi3x3q

Emerging Treatments for Motor Rehabilitation After Stroke

Edward S. Claflin, Chandramouli Krishnan, Sandeep P. Khot
2014 The Neurohospitalist  
The majority of stroke survivors with motor impairment do not recover to their functional baseline, and there remains a need for novel neurorehabilitation treatments to minimize long-term disability, maximize  ...  In recent years, several novel therapies have emerged to restore motor function after stroke, and additional investigational treatments have also shown promise.  ...  Funding The authors disclosed receipt of the following financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: This work was supported in part by funding from National Institutes  ... 
doi:10.1177/1941874414561023 pmid:25829989 pmcid:PMC4357600 fatcat:lxup7d2nl5b2dfxpmvgyqbzbx4

Rehabilitation—Emerging Technologies, Innovative Therapies, and Future Objectives

Nneka L. Ifejika-Jones, Anna M. Barrett
2011 Neurotherapeutics  
Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability. The goal of stroke rehabilitation is to improve recovery in the years after a stroke and to decrease long-term disability.  ...  Results from proof-of-concept, within subjects, and randomized controlled trials are presented, and the implications for optimal stroke rehabilitation strategies are discussed.  ...  Functional Electrical Stimulation Functional electrical stimulation (FES) in the hemiparetic stroke patient provides a bypass of central nervous system input to the muscles of the affected limb.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13311-011-0057-x pmid:21706265 pmcid:PMC3148149 fatcat:arjggm54qjgtdkwusnph5lc63m
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