Robot-assisted therapy proves useful for stroke patients

04/17/2010 | BBC

Patients who suffered a stroke years earlier showed improved upper arm movements after undergoing intensive therapy assisted by a robotic device called MIT-Manus. The study shows "that with the right therapy [patients] can see improvements in movement, everyday function and quality of life -- this is giving stroke survivors new hope," the lead researcher said.

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