IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine

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Implications of Physiology-Sensitive Gait Exercise on the Lower Limb Electromyographic Activity of Hemiplegic Post-Stroke Patients: A Feasibility Study in Low Resource Settings
Background: Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability with ~80% of post-stroke survivors suffering from gait-related deficits. Conventional gait rehabilitation settings are labor-intensive and need rigorous involvement of clinicians (who use their expertise to decide the dosage of... Read more
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Social Human-Robot Interaction for Gait Rehabilitation
Robot-assisted therapy for gait rehabilitation of patients with neurological disorders usually combines a body weight support system with a treadmill system. Lokomat is one of the most used devices for gait rehabilitation. This device allows therapists to focus on the... Read more
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Effects of Vibrotactile Biofeedback Coding Schemes on Gait Symmetry Training of Individuals With Stroke
Variations in biofeedback coding schemes for postural control, in recent research, have shown significant differences in performance outcomes due to variations in coding schemes. However, the application of vibrotactile biofeedback coding schemes to gait symmetry training is not well explored.... Read more