Biofeedback for robotic gait rehabilitation

  title={Biofeedback for robotic gait rehabilitation},
  author={Lars L{\"u}nenburger and G. Alvarez Colombo and Robert Riener},
  journal={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  pages={1 - 1}
BACKGROUND Development and increasing acceptance of rehabilitation robots as well as advances in technology allow new forms of therapy for patients with neurological disorders. Robot-assisted gait therapy can increase the training duration and the intensity for the patients while reducing the physical strain for the therapist. Optimal training effects during gait therapy generally depend on appropriate feedback about performance. Compared to manual treadmill therapy, there is a loss of physical… CONTINUE READING
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