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TitleNeurorehabilitation technology
Author David J. Reinkensmeyer, Volker Dietz, editors
ImprintSwitzerland : Springer, [2016]
Edition Second edition
Connect tohttps://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-28603-7
Descript xxii, 647 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm

CONTENT

Part I: Basic framework: motor recovery, learning, and neural impairment -- Learning in the damaged brain/spinal cord: neuroplasticity -- Movement neuroscience foundations of neurorehabilitation -- Designing robots that challenge to optimize motor learning -- Multisystem neurorehabilitation in rodents with spinal cord injury -- Sensory–motor interactions and error augmentation -- Normal and impaired cooperative hand movements: role of neural coupling -- Clinical assessment and rehabilitation of the upper limb following cervical spinal cord injury -- Part II: Human–machine interaction in rehabilitation practice -- Application issues for robotics -- The human in the loop -- Robotic and wearable sensor technologies for measurements/clinical assessments -- Clinical aspects for the application of robotics in locomotor neurorehabilitation -- Clinical application of robotics and technology in the restoration of walking -- Standards and safety aspects for medical devices in the field of neurorehabilitation -- Clinical application of rehabilitation technologies in children undergoing neurorehabilitation -- Part III: Robots for upper extremity recovery -- Restoration of hand function in stroke and spinal cord injury -- Forging mens et manus: the MIT experience in upper extremity robotic therapy -- Three–dimensional multi–degree–of–freedom arm therapy robot (ARMin) -- Implementation of impairment–based neurorehabilitation devices and technologies following brain injury -- Part IV: Robotics for locomotion recovery -- Technology of the robotic gait orthosis lokomat -- Beyond human or robot administered treadmill training -- Toward flexible assistance for locomotor training: design and clinical testing of a cable–driven robot for stroke, spinal cord injury, and cerebral palsy -- Robot–aided gait training with LOPES -- Robotic devices for overground gait and balance training -- Using robotic exoskeletons for over–ground locomotor training -- Functional electrical stimulation therapy: recovery of function following spinal cord injury and stroke -- Passive devices for upper limb training -- Upper–extremity therapy with spring orthoses -- Virtual reality for sensorimotor rehabilitation post stroke: design principles and evidence -- Wearable wireless sensors for rehabilitation -- BCI–based neuroprostheses and physiotherapies for stroke motor rehabilitation


Neurological Rehabilitation Spinal Cord Injuries -- rehabilitation Brain Injuries -- rehabilitation Rehabilitation -- instrumentation Robotics -- methods Physical Therapy Modalities

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