Functionally-based rehabilitation: benefit or buzzword?


In 1991, a novel robot named MIT-MANUS was introduced as a test bed to study the potential of using robots to assist in and quantify the neuro-rehabilitation of motor function. It introduced a new type of therapy, offering a highly back-drivable mechanism with a soft and stable feel for the user. MIT-MANUS proved an excellent fit for rehabilitation of the… (More)

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