Performance adaptive training control strategy for recovering wrist movements in stroke patients: a preliminary, feasibility study

@inproceedings{Masia2009PerformanceAT,
  title={Performance adaptive training control strategy for recovering wrist movements in stroke patients: a preliminary, feasibility study},
  author={Lorenzo Masia and Maura Casadio and Psiche Giannoni and Giulio Sandini and Pietro G. Morasso},
  booktitle={Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation},
  year={2009}
}
In the last two decades robot training in neuromotor rehabilitation was mainly focused on shoulder-elbow movements. Few devices were designed and clinically tested for training coordinated movements of the wrist, which are crucial for achieving even the basic level of motor competence that is necessary for carrying out ADLs (activities of daily life). Moreover, most systems of robot therapy use point-to-point reaching movements which tend to emphasize the pathological tendency of stroke… CONTINUE READING
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