Tactile proprioceptive input in robotic rehabilitation after stroke


Stroke can lead to loss or impairment of somatosensory sensation (i.e. proprioception), that reduces functional control of limb movements. Here we examine the possibility of providing artificial feedback to make up for lost sensory information following stroke. However, it is not clear whether this kind of sensory substitution is even possible due to stroke… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ICRA.2015.7140109


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