Mechanical design of a robot arm exoskeleton for shoulder rehabilitation

@inproceedings{Liszka2006MechanicalDO,
  title={Mechanical design of a robot arm exoskeleton for shoulder rehabilitation},
  author={Michael Scott Liszka},
  year={2006}
}
Title of thesis: MECHANICAL DESIGN OF A ROBOTIC ARM EXOSKELETON FOR SHOULDER REHABILITATION Michael Scott Liszka, Master of Science, 2006 Thesis directed by: Professor David L. Akin Department of Aerospace Engineering Traditional shoulder therapy techniques involve the physical therapist controlling and measuring forces on the patient’s arm to work particular muscles. The imprecise nature of this leads to inconsistent exercises and inaccurate measurements of patient progress. Some research has… CONTINUE READING

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