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Course Name: Rehab Engineering

An At-Home Stroke Rehabilitation Tracker for Upper-Limb Function and Interjoint Coordination

Stroke is the fourth leading cause of disability worldwide, and it is therefore a global health problem. In developed countries,...

ArmGaze

Persons with cerebral palsy (CP) have motor dysfunction occurring in both lower and upper limbs. Hemiparetic CP affects one side...

Improving Hand Function in Osteoarthritis Patients

In the US alone, approximately 23 million people suffer from hand osteoarthritis. This condition causes decreased strength, range of motion,...

WearyWatch

According to the CDC, every year, a total of five million people suffer from fibromyalgia in the United States alone....

ClipZip

In the United States alone, 6.6 million people over the age of 20 are stroke survivors (Mozaffarian et al., 2016)....

StairWell

More than 1.8 million individuals in the U.S. use walkers to assist with balance, stability, and pain management during walking....

TRACK-tile

Conditions involving the central nervous system can result in movement disorders that causeimpairments such as involuntary muscle spasms and other...

HYDRiA

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that affects over 30 million adults across the United States and is typically characterized...

GamifyPT: Gamified physical therapy for pediatric fine motor skill rehabilitation

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a central nervous system disorder that results in impaired motor function. Effective treatments are limited and...

A&D Stair Walker: Multifunctional Walker for Stair Navigation via Sliding Front Face Mechanism

Mobility aids are commonly prescribed to people with conditions such as reduced balance, arthritis, and lower-limb pain. Most mobility aids...

Proskin: A Novel Prosthetic Liner with an Automatic Inflation and Deflation Mechanism

Of the approximately 1.7 million individuals with limb loss in the U.S., the majority are lower limb amputees. Amputations at...

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