Technological developments in neurorehabilitation

Scientists are using technology with neurorehabilitation to provide cutting edge improvements to therapies for patients with nervous system issues. The neurorehabilitation has undergone drastic changes over the last two decades due to the incorporation of computer and robotic electronic devices, designed to produce positive changes in cortical excitability of the cerebral hemisphere damaged and so to improve neuroplasticity. In particular, the use of robotics in neurorehabilitation is becoming more and more common. These devices and simulations, along with other robotic technology, offer patients who have just had strokes, other brain or spinal cord injuries the option of training and physical therapy much sooner than might otherwise be possible, thus shortening the recovery period.

  • Instrumentation in Rehabilitation
  • Neurophysiologic and Neuroimaging techniques 
  • Electrically enabled motor control system
  • Robotic enabled motor control system
  • Sensory enabled motor control system
  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES)
  • Tele rehabilitation
  • Technical developments for deep brain stimulation
  • Neurorehabilitation Research Methodologies

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