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Emerging Limb Rehabilitation Therapy After Post-stroke Motor Recovery

Fei Xiong, Xin Liao, Jie Xiao, Xin Bai, Jiaqi Huang, Bi Zhang, Fang Li, Pengfei Li
2022 Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience  
We summarize a novel application and update of the rehabilitation therapy in limb motor rehabilitation of stroke patients to provide a potential future stroke rehabilitation strategy.  ...  Stroke, including hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke, refers to the blood supply disorder in the local brain tissue for various reasons (aneurysm, occlusion, etc.).  ...  In addition, the role and impact of mirror therapy have also been explored in lower limb motor rehabilitation (Sütbeyaz et al., 2007; Li et al., 2018; Louie et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnagi.2022.863379 pmid:35401147 pmcid:PMC8984121 fatcat:tmlpzsfumrcslfyj2zseglqr3q

Robotic Care: A Low Cost Design to Assist Therapy for Brain Stroke Rehabilitation

Pablo Prieto, Fernando Auat, Maria Escobar, Ronny Vallejos, Paula Maldonado, Cristobal Larrain, Martin Serey
2019 Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design  
AbstractA low cost robotic-assisted prototype for finger and hand rehabilitation of people affected by a stroke is presented.  ...  The system uses a combination of the mirror therapy (the patient sees his/her affected hand moving in the same way that the healthy hand does) and passive exercising (as the exoskeleton produces the movement  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (UTFSM), the UTFSM research grant 216.30.1 and the Basal Project 0008 for funding this project.  ... 
doi:10.1017/dsi.2019.103 fatcat:ozdzimqsizfohkygpm3a33zbzq

Novel stroke rehabilitation interventions

Stephen T Mernoff, Albert C Lo
2011 Medicine and health, Rhode Island  
robotIc therAPy One of the exciting developments in stroke rehabilitation is the emergence of rehabilitation robots.  ...  Costs for robotic devices, which range from tens of thousands to $300,000, will also have to be greatly reduced in order for robots to be used commonly in clinical rehabilitation.  ... 
pmid:22409128 fatcat:npatnpkda5hiviex262q7ddlem

Olle Höök Lectureship 2019: The changing world of stroke rehabilitation

Katharina S Sunnerhagen
2020 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
The paper also describes some rehabilitation techniques based on neurophysiology, the use of robotics, and the evidence level for interventions.  ...  However, the need for rehabilitation is often not met, due to restricted and unevenly distributed resources.  ...  The level of input provided by the robot to execute the movement can be altered. Most exoskeletal robots in clinical use are for the lower limb.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-2670 pmid:32296853 fatcat:pdtf6l7bpra4xifnju2zfrwwzi

Recovery of Proprioception in the Upper Extremity by Robotic Mirror Therapy: a Clinical Pilot Study for Proof of Concept

Hyung Seok Nam, Sukgyu Koh, Jaewon Beom, Yoon Jae Kim, Jang Woo Park, Eun-sil Koh, Sun Gun Chung, Sungwan Kim
2017 Journal of Korean medical science  
A novel robotic mirror therapy system was recently developed to provide proprioceptive stimulus to the hemiplegic arm during a mirror therapy.  ...  Validation of the robotic mirror therapy system was performed to confirm its synchronicity prior to the clinical study.  ...  Conventional mirror therapy is also known to be effective for hemispatial neglect (8, (25) (26) (27) (28) , and recently upper limb rehabilitation robot was shown to have beneficial effects on hemispatial  ... 
doi:10.3346/jkms.2017.32.10.1568 pmid:28875598 pmcid:PMC5592168 fatcat:fa2hqsavvvbzjhfy543ju732tq

Home-Based Rehabilitation: Enabling Frequent and Effective Training [chapter]

Kyle B. Reed, Ismet Handžić, Samuel McAmis
2014 Trends in Augmentation of Human Performance  
This chapter outlines existing technologies for upper and lower limb rehabilitation and how they could be adapted for use in one's home.  ...  One of the most effective ways to enable more training time is for rehabilitation to occur in one's home so individuals have adequate access to it and there is no cost associated with traveling to the  ...  Fig. 1 1 MIT Manus, one of the earliest robotic upper limb rehabilitation systems. Fig. 1 MIT Manus, one of the earliest robotic upper limb rehabilitation systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-8932-5_14 fatcat:ql2et75jvzf4lkt3spfdx3m5am

Robot-Assisted and Device-Based Rehabilitation of the Upper Extremity

Michael Sailer, Catherine Sweeney-Reed, Juliane Lamprecht
2017 Neurology International Open  
During the last decade, robot- and device-assisted rehabilitation has become more feasible for the treatment of functional disorders of the upper limb after stroke.  ...  robot- and device-assisted rehabilitation in the next decade.  ...  for the upper extremity can be divided into systems which: a) support the whole arm (shoulder, elbow, forearm, lower arm, wrist, fingers); b) train only partial aspects of upper limb movement; and c)  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0043-116174 fatcat:luaajg6z3bcnplqnesimftke6u

Upper and lower extremity robotic devices for rehabilitation and for studying motor control

Stefan Hesse, Henning Schmidt, Cordula Werner, Anita Bardeleben
2003 Current Opinion in Neurology  
Lower limb rehabilitation The movement of the lower limbs during locomotion is rather stereotypical, at least in the sagittal plane and is thus suitable for machine support.  ...  Lancet 1999; 354:191-196. 2 Robotic devices for rehabilitation and studying motor control Hesse et al.707 Robotic devices for rehabilitation and studying motor control Hesse et al.709  ... 
doi:10.1097/00019052-200312000-00010 pmid:14624080 fatcat:zboyun64bjbxpamn6rofcn3uxi

Development of a Mechatronic System for the Mirror Therapy

Maurizio Ruggiu, Pierluigi Rea
2022 Actuators  
In this paper we present a master/slave robotic device based on the mirror therapy paradigm for wrist rehabilitation.  ...  This paper fits into the field of research concerning robotic systems for rehabilitation.  ...  A cable-driven robot was proposed for mirror therapy in [20] and a real-time two-axis mirror robot system was developed for functional recovery of hemiplegic arms in [21] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/act11010014 fatcat:kl73axa4fvhz3gbilpfkzg752e

Do Robotics and Virtual Reality Add Real Progress to Mirror Therapy Rehabilitation? A Scoping Review

Nelly Darbois, Albin Guillaud, Nicolas Pinsault
2018 Rehabilitation Research and Practice  
Mirror therapy has been used in rehabilitation for multiple indications since the 1990s.  ...  To map the extent, nature, and rationale of research activity in robotic or computerized mirror therapy and the type of evidence available for any indication.  ...  lower limb function.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/6412318 pmid:30210873 pmcid:PMC6120256 fatcat:xjzr4ztofjev7fngqij3othi74

STATE OF THE ART AND EFFICIENCY OF ROBOTIC THERAPY IN UPPER LIMB REHABILITATION – A LITERATURE REVIEW

Alexandru-Valer Grigoras, Bogdan Ignat, Marian Poboroniuc, Dragos Popescu, Cristian Dinu Popescu
2015 Romanian Journal of Neurology  
efficiency of robotics in rehabilitation, by pointing out the results of the existing clinical trials.  ...  Finally, possible directions for future research are discussed.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper has been supported within the frame of "An Intelligent haptic robot glove for the pacients suffering a cerebrovascular accident" (IHRG) project, under the contract number 150  ... 
doi:10.37897/rjn.2015.4.1 doaj:47dfaf2f7fb143d2a7a8e5912b07df54 fatcat:um7fgd3jtzgbvgt6gpoyyci4da

Descriptive Study on Rehabilitation Treatment and Evaluation Methods for Improving Upper Limb Function in Stroke Patients

Youn-Bum Sung, Dae-Hwan Lee, Jung-Ho Lee
2020 International Journal of Current Research and Review  
Interventions and studies are underway regarding continuous upper limb training programs, such as constraintinduced movement therapy, mirror therapy, imagery training, and robot therapy.  ...  Method: In recent years, treatments using virtual reality systems have also been applied. And various evaluation methods were developed for stroke patients.  ...  on the affected side through the mirror reflection of the actual upper and lower limb movements on the unaffected side for the performance of tasks. 35 Mirror therapy positively affects stroke patients  ... 
doi:10.31782/ijcrr.2020.121926 fatcat:twex3v2wmfgupl374jhps6wsny

A review of bilateral training for upper extremity hemiparesis

Mary Ellen Stoykov, Daniel M. Corcos
2009 Occupational Therapy International  
Robotic-assisted rehabilitation of the upper limb after acute stroke.  ...  The neural substrate for this is the mirror neuron system. We harness this neuronal system and its ability to re-enact stored motor representations as a means for rehabilitating motor control.  ...  In this case report, we describe the successful application of "mirror therapy" to the post-stroke rehabilitation of a patient with poor functional use of an upper extremity, due mainly to somatosensory  ... 
doi:10.1002/oti.277 pmid:19517519 fatcat:jvmg3klq3bfj7kq5xbsvq3uhjq

Comparison of reaching kinematics during mirror and parallel robot assisted movements

Zahra Kadivar, Cynthia Sung, Zachary Thompson, Marcia O'Malley, Michael Liebschner, Zhigang Deng
2011 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
We developed a novel parallel movement mode for the Mirror Image Movement Enabler robotic system and investigated trajectory error (TE) exhibited by healthy adults during parallel and mirror image motions  ...  TE values differed for parallel and mirror image motions and for certain target locations, suggesting the importance of considering these factors when developing robot-assisted bimanual activities.  ...  Furthermore, robotic rehabilitation systems offer increased efficiency, lower expenses, and new sensing capabilities to the therapist.  ... 
pmid:21335798 fatcat:nlcehrvhaffwpb5aixbt2hbb6e

Robotic Technologies and Rehabilitation: New Tools for Stroke Patients' Therapy

Patrizia Poli, Giovanni Morone, Giulio Rosati, Stefano Masiero
2013 BioMed Research International  
This paper presents the state-of-the-art and the possible future role of robotics in poststroke rehabilitation, for both upper and lower limbs.Materials and Methods.  ...  In upper limb robotic rehabilitation, training seems to improve arm function in activities of daily living. In addition, electromechanical gait training after stroke seems to be effective.  ...  In the last years, very different robotic systems and approaches were employed for rehabilitation treatment of impaired upper and lower limbs in poststroke patients.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/153872 pmid:24350244 pmcid:PMC3852950 fatcat:phk7vtplevfipgujbemx6voe7a
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