Children with cerebral palsy benefit from robotic devices

05/20/2009 | Mass High Tech (Boston)

Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are using robotic devices to help children with cerebral palsy control movements in their arms and legs. Robot-based treatment can ease impairment and promote neuro-development in children who suffer from the condition, said one of the project's leaders.

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