Pravin Nair

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The overall goal of our research is to create a low-cost, home-based diagnostic and rehabilitation tool (see video) to assist the rapid functional recovery of people with Upper Limb (UL) dysfunction (due to muscular dystrophy and stroke) – the diagnostic aspect of which is discussed in this paper. Viewed in the broader context of robot-assisted(More)
  • Pravin Nair, Gerry Millard, Linda Fecio-Mae, Mrs Krovi, David
  • 2003
Acknowledgement I wish to express my gratitude to Dr. Venkat Krovi because of whose constant encouragement, efforts, nagging and threats, the thesis has reached this stage. Many thanks to Dr. Nadine Fisher for the frequent feedbacks and new ideas, which ensured that I always had work to do. My gratitude to Dr. Roger Mayne too, who deemed my work good enough(More)
in the US alone, there are more than 750,000 people experiencing a new or recurrent stroke each year, leading to motor disabilities. There is considerable evidence which directly links functional recovery from a stroke to the duration, frequency, regularity, and intensity of physical (motion and force) interactions in a rehabilitation regimen. To this end,(More)
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