Robotic gait rehabilitation and substitution devices in neurological disorders: where are we now?

@article{Calabr2016RoboticGR,
  title={Robotic gait rehabilitation and substitution devices in neurological disorders: where are we now?},
  author={R. Calabr{\`o} and A. Cacciola and Francesco Bert{\`e} and A. Manuli and A. Leo and A. Bramanti and A. Naro and D. Milardi and P. Bramanti},
  journal={Neurological Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={37},
  pages={503-514}
}
Gait abnormalities following neurological disorders are often disabling, negatively affecting patients’ quality of life. Therefore, regaining of walking is considered one of the primary objectives of the rehabilitation process. To overcome problems related to conventional physical therapy, in the last years there has been an intense technological development of robotic devices, and robotic rehabilitation has proved to play a major role in improving one’s ability to walk. The robotic… Expand

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