ARMin: a robot for patient-cooperative arm therapy


Task-oriented, repetitive and intensive arm training can enhance arm rehabilitation in patients with paralyzed upper extremities due to lesions of the central nervous system. There is evidence that the training duration is a key factor for the therapy progress. Robot-supported therapy can improve the rehabilitation allowing more intensive training. This… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11517-007-0226-6


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