A. I. R. Kottink

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OBJECTIVE The aims of this study were: (i) to compare the neuro-prosthetic effect of implantable peroneal nerve stimulation to the orthotic effect of a standard of care intervention (no device, shoe or ankle foot orthosis) on walking, as assessed by spatiotemporal parameters; and (ii) to examine whether there is evidence of an enhanced lower-limb flexion(More)
BACKGROUND Use of rehabilitation technology, such as (electro)mechanical devices or robotics, could partly relieve the increasing strain on stroke rehabilitation caused by an increasing prevalence of stroke. Arm support (AS) training showed improvement of unsupported arm function in chronic stroke. OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of weight-supported arm(More)
BACKGROUND Therapeutic footwear is recommended for those people with severe foot problems associated with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However, it is known that many do not wear them. Although previous European studies have recommended service and footwear design improvements, it is not known if services have improved or if this footwear meets the personal(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the stimulation responses on each channel of an implantable two-channel stimulator that stimulates the peroneal nerve branches innervating the muscles for dorsiflexion and eversion movements. Currently five Dutch patients and five English patients have been implanted with this system. Isometric ankle torque(More)
  • A TRIPARTITE, Carola Adriana Johanna Mes, Anke Kottink, Yvette Bulthuis
  • 2006
A TRIPARTITE APPROACH PROEFSCHRIFT ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Universiteit Twente, op gezag van de rector magnificus, prof.dr. Dit proefschrift is goedgekeurd door de promotoren: The aim of this foundation is mainly to promote the education of health care professionals, including the financial support of PhD students and academic chairs.
OBJECTIVE Commercially available virtual reality systems can possibly support rehabilitation objectives in training upper arm function in children with Cerebral Palsy (CP). The present study explored the effect of the Nintendo Wii™ training on upper extremity function in children with CP. METHODS During six weeks, all children received twice a week(More)
A review of technological and clinical aspects of robot-aided rehabilitation of upper-extremity after stroke Play-based interventions improve physical function for people with adult-acquired brain injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials Clin Rehabil. May new technologies improve upper limb performance in grown up(More)
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