Elaine Strachota

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This article presents a novel evaluation system along with methods to evaluate bilateral coordination of arm function on activities of daily living tasks before and after robot-assisted therapy. An affordable bilateral assessment system (BiAS) consisting of two mini-passive measuring units modeled as three degree of freedom robots is described. The process(More)
Learned non-use (LNU) is common after stroke and manifests when persons with stroke spontaneously use their stronger less-impaired arm despite residual functional abilities in the impaired arm. This tendency of under utilizing the impaired arm slows down the re-acquisition of bilateral coordination on activities of daily living. We wanted to examine whether(More)
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