Soraya Pérez-Nombela

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BACKGROUND Ambulatory people with central cord syndrome often require assistive devices. The selection of a suitable assistive device should be based on an objective assessment. Our objective in this(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare the forces and moments of the whole upper limb, analyzing forces and moments at the shoulder, elbow and wrist joints simultaneously during manual wheelchair(More)
Rehabilitation of walking ability is one of themost important objectives after a spinal cord injury. Robotic and neuroprosthetic technologies hold a considerable potential for driving walking(More)
Central cord syndrome (CCS) is considered the most common incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI). Independent ambulation was achieved in 87-97% in young patients with CCS but no gait analysis studies(More)