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  1. Powered prosthetic ankles provide battery-powered mechanical push-off, with the aim of reducing the metabolic demands of walking for people with transtibial amputations. The efficacy of powered ankles has been...

    Authors: Jay Kim, Jeffrey Wensman, Natalie Colabianchi and Deanna H. Gates
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:49
  2. Many people with incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI) have the ability to maneuver while walking. However, neuromuscular impairments create challenges to maintain stability. How people with iSCI maintain stabi...

    Authors: Wendy L. Ochs, Jane Woodward, Tara Cornwell and Keith E. Gordon
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:46
  3. Advanced prostheses can restore function and improve quality of life for individuals with amputations. Unfortunately, most commercial control strategies do not fully utilize the rich control information from r...

    Authors: Michael D. Paskett, Mark R. Brinton, Taylor C. Hansen, Jacob A. George, Tyler S. Davis, Christopher C. Duncan and Gregory A. Clark
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:45
  4. Regaining hand function is the top priority for people with tetraplegia, however access to specialised therapy outwith clinics is limited. Here we present a system for hand therapy based on brain-computer inte...

    Authors: Anna Zulauf-Czaja, Manaf K. H. Al-Taleb, Mariel Purcell, Nina Petric-Gray, Jennifer Cloughley and Aleksandra Vuckovic
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:44
  5. Technology is being increasingly investigated as an option to allow stroke survivors to exploit their full potential for recovery by facilitating home-based upper limb practice. This review seeks to explore th...

    Authors: Bridee A. Neibling, Sarah M. Jackson, Kathryn S. Hayward and Ruth N. Barker
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:43
  6. Compared with traditional physical therapy for stroke patients, lower extremity exoskeletons can provide patients with greater endurance and more repeatable and controllable training, which can reduce the ther...

    Authors: Jiajia Yao, Takashi Sado, Wenli Wang, Jiawen Gao, Yichao Zhao, Qi Qi and Mukul Mukherjee
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:42
  7. Neuroscience and neurotechnology are transforming stroke rehabilitation. Robotic devices, in addition to telerehabilitation, are increasingly being used to train the upper limbs after stroke, and their use at ...

    Authors: Silvia Guillén-Climent, Ainara Garzo, María Nieves Muñoz-Alcaraz, Pablo Casado-Adam, Javier Arcas-Ruiz-Ruano, Manuela Mejías-Ruiz and Fernando Jesús Mayordomo-Riera
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:41
  8. We previously proposed a novel virtual reality-based method to assess human field of perception (FOP) and field of regard (FOR), termed the FOPR test. This study assessed the diagnostic validity of the FOPR te...

    Authors: Tae-Lim Kim, Kwanguk Kim, Changyeol Choi, Ji-Yeong Lee and Joon-Ho Shin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:39
  9. Neuroprosthetic devices controlled by persons with standard limb amputation often lack the dexterity of the physiological limb due to limitations of both the user’s ability to output accurate control signals a...

    Authors: Tony Shu, Shan Shan Huang, Christopher Shallal and Hugh M. Herr
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:38

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  10. The foot progression angle is an important measure used to help patients reduce their knee adduction moment. Current measurement systems are either lab-bounded or do not function in all environments (e.g., mag...

    Authors: Frank J. Wouda, Stephan L. J. O. Jaspar, Jaap Harlaar, Bert-Jan F. van Beijnum and Peter H. Veltink
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:37
  11. People with brain or neural injuries, such as cerebral palsy or spinal cord injury, commonly have joint hyper-resistance. Diagnosis and treatment of joint hyper-resistance is challenging due to a mix of tonic ...

    Authors: Ronald C. van ’t Veld, Alfred C. Schouten, Herman van der Kooij and Edwin H. F. van Asseldonk
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:36
  12. Processing the surface electromyogram (sEMG) to decode movement intent is a promising approach for natural control of upper extremity prostheses. To this end, this paper introduces and evaluates a new framewor...

    Authors: Alexander E. Olsson, Nebojša Malešević, Anders Björkman and Christian Antfolk
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:35
  13. Fine tactile sensation plays an important role in motor relearning after stroke. However, little is known about its dynamics in post-stroke recovery, principally due to a lack of effective evaluation on neural...

    Authors: Sa Zhou, Yanhuan Huang, Jiao Jiao, Junyan Hu, Chihchia Hsing, Zhangqi Lai, Yang Yang and Xiaoling Hu
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:34
  14. Interventions to reduce tremor in essential tremor (ET) and Parkinson’s disease (PD) clinical populations often utilize pharmacological or surgical therapies. However, there can be significant side effects, de...

    Authors: Alejandro Pascual-Valdunciel, Grace W. Hoo, Simon Avrillon, Filipe Oliveira Barroso, Jennifer G. Goldman, Julio C. Hernandez-Pavon and José L. Pons
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:33
  15. Upper limb prosthetics with multiple degrees of freedom (DoFs) are still mostly operated through the clinical standard Direct Control scheme. Machine learning control, on the other hand, allows controlling mul...

    Authors: Morten B. Kristoffersen, Andreas W. Franzke, Raoul M. Bongers, Michael Wand, Alessio Murgia and Corry K. van der Sluis
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:32
  16. High quality head-mounted display based virtual reality (HMD-VR) has become widely available, spurring greater development of HMD-VR health games. As a behavior change approach, these applications use HMD-VR a...

    Authors: Gordon Tao, Bernie Garrett, Tarnia Taverner, Elliott Cordingley and Crystal Sun
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:31
  17. Virtual reality (VR) enables objective and accurate measurement of behavior in ecologically valid and safe environments, while controlling the delivery of stimuli and maintaining standardized measurement proto...

    Authors: Michal Kafri, Patrice L. Weiss, Gabriel Zeilig, Moshe Bondi, Ilanit Baum-Cohen and Rachel Kizony
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:30
  18. The Andago is a rehabilitation robot that allows training walking over-ground while providing bodyweight unloading (BWU). We investigated the practicability, acceptability, and appropriateness of the device in...

    Authors: Hubertus J. A. van Hedel, Irene Rosselli and Sandra Baumgartner-Ricklin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:29
  19. Identification of individual gait events is essential for clinical gait analysis, because it can be used for diagnostic purposes or tracking disease progression in neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s dis...

    Authors: Robbin Romijnders, Elke Warmerdam, Clint Hansen, Julius Welzel, Gerhard Schmidt and Walter Maetzler
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:28
  20. Regaining gait capacity is an important rehabilitation goal post stroke. Compared to clinically available robotic gait trainers, robots with an assist-as-needed approach and multiple degrees of freedom (AANmDOF) ...

    Authors: J. F. Alingh, B. M. Fleerkotte, B. E. Groen, J. S. Rietman, V. Weerdesteyn, E. H. F. van Asseldonk, A. C. H. Geurts and J. H. Buurke
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:26
  21. Hand amputation can have a truly debilitating impact on the life of the affected person. A multifunctional myoelectric prosthesis controlled using pattern classification can be used to restore some of the lost...

    Authors: Alexander Boschmann, Dorothee Neuhaus, Sarah Vogt, Christian Kaltschmidt, Marco Platzner and Strahinja Dosen
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:25
  22. The purpose of the current study was to determine the influence of upper-limb prostheses on brain activity and gross dexterity in children with congenital unilateral upper-limb reduction deficiencies (ULD) com...

    Authors: Jorge M. Zuniga, James E. Pierce, Christopher Copeland, Claudia Cortes-Reyes, David Salazar, YingYing Wang, K. M. Arun and Theodore Huppert
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:24
  23. The performance of a secondary task while walking increases motor-cognitive interference and exacerbates fall risk in older adults. Previous studies have demonstrated that transcranial direct current stimulati...

    Authors: Nofar Schneider, Moria Dagan, Racheli Katz, Pablo Cornejo Thumm, Marina Brozgol, Nir Giladi, Brad Manor, Anat Mirelman and Jeffery M. Hausdorff
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:23
  24. Gait disorders can reduce the quality of life for people with neuromuscular impairments. Therefore, walking recovery is one of the main priorities for counteracting sedentary lifestyle, reducing secondary heal...

    Authors: Antonio Rodríguez-Fernández, Joan Lobo-Prat and Josep M. Font-Llagunes
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:22
  25. Weakness of ankle and knee musculature following injury or disorder results in reduced joint motion associated with metabolically expensive gait compensations to enable limb support and advancement. However, n...

    Authors: Emily M. McCain, Theresa L. Libera, Matthew E. Berno, Gregory S. Sawicki, Katherine R. Saul and Michael D. Lewek
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:21
  26. Regularity, quantified by sample entropy (SampEn), has been extensively used as a gait stability measure. Yet, there is no consensus on the calculation process and variant approaches, e.g. single-scale SampEn ...

    Authors: Samira Ahmadi, Tarique Siragy and Julie Nantel
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:20
  27. Wearable ankle robotics could potentially facilitate intensive repetitive task-specific gait training on stair environment for stroke rehabilitation. A lightweight (0.5 kg) and portable exoskeleton ankle robot...

    Authors: Ling-Fung Yeung, Cathy C. Y. Lau, Charles W. K. Lai, Yannie O. Y. Soo, Man-Lok Chan and Raymond K. Y. Tong
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:19
  28. Investigation of lobule-specific electric field effects of cerebellar transcranial direct current stimulation (ctDCS) on overground gait performance has not been performed, so this study aimed to investigate t...

    Authors: Dhaval Solanki, Zeynab Rezaee, Anirban Dutta and Uttama Lahiri
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:18
  29. Experimental studies and EMG collections suggest that a specific strategy of muscle coordination is chosen by the central nervous system to perform a given motor task. A popular mathematical approach for solvi...

    Authors: Florian Michaud, Mario Lamas, Urbano Lugrís and Javier Cuadrado
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:17
  30. Chemotherapy agents used in the standard treatments for many types of cancer are neurotoxic and can lead to lasting sensory and motor symptoms that compromise day-to-day movement functions in cancer survivors....

    Authors: Allison B. Wang, Stephen N. Housley, Ann Marie Flores, Sheetal M. Kircher, Eric J. Perreault and Timothy C. Cope
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:16
  31. Hand rehabilitation is core to helping stroke survivors regain activities of daily living. Recent studies have suggested that the use of electroencephalography-based brain-computer interfaces (BCI) can promote...

    Authors: Paul Dominick E. Baniqued, Emily C. Stanyer, Muhammad Awais, Ali Alazmani, Andrew E. Jackson, Mark A. Mon-Williams, Faisal Mushtaq and Raymond J. Holt
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:15
  32. Evaluate the feasibility and potential impacts on hand function using a wearable stimulation device (the VTS Glove) which provides mechanical, vibratory input to the affected limb of chronic stroke survivors.

    Authors: Caitlyn E. Seim, Steven L. Wolf and Thad E. Starner
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:14
  33. Brain’s is stimulated by Vojta Therapy through selected body areas activating stored innate motor programs which are exported as coordinate movement and muscle contractions to trunk and limbs. The aim of this ...

    Authors: Ismael Sanz-Esteban, Roberto Cano-de-la-Cuerda, Ana San-Martín-Gómez, Carmen Jiménez-Antona, Esther Monge-Pereira, Cecilia Estrada-Barranco and José Ignacio Serrano
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:13
  34. Electrical stimulation of residual afferent nerve fibers can evoke sensations from a missing limb after amputation, and bionic arms endowed with artificial sensory feedback have been shown to confer functional...

    Authors: David M. Page, Jacob A. George, Suzanne M. Wendelken, Tyler S. Davis, David T. Kluger, Douglas T. Hutchinson and Gregory A. Clark
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:12
  35. Rapid onset of muscular fatigue is still one of the main issues of functional electrical stimulation (FES). A promising technique, known as distributed stimulation, aims to activate sub-units of a muscle at a ...

    Authors: Martin Schmoll, Ronan Le Guillou, David Lobato Borges, Charles Fattal, Emerson Fachin-Martins and Christine Azevedo Coste
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:11
  36. Robotic rehabilitation after stroke provides the potential to increase and carefully control dosage of therapy. Only a small number of studies, however, have examined robotic therapy in the first few weeks pos...

    Authors: Alexa B. Keeling, Mark Piitz, Jennifer A. Semrau, Michael D. Hill, Stephen H. Scott and Sean P. Dukelow
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:10
  37. Above-knee amputations (AKAs) contribute to gait asymmetry. The level of asymmetry is affected by the type of knee prosthetic module. There is limited evidence suggesting that more technically advanced solutio...

    Authors: Mateusz Kowal, Sławomir Winiarski, Ewa Gieysztor, Anna Kołcz, Karolina Walewicz, Wojciech Borowicz, Alicja Rutkowska-Kucharska and Małgorzata Paprocka-Borowicz
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:9
  38. Investigations of real-time brain activations during walking have become increasingly important to aid in recovery of walking after a stroke. Individual brain activation patterns can be a valuable biomarker of...

    Authors: Shannon B. Lim, Dennis R. Louie, Sue Peters, Teresa Liu-Ambrose, Lara A. Boyd and Janice J. Eng
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:8
  39. Braking is a critical determinant of safe driving that depends on the integrity of cognitive and motor processes. Following stroke, both cognitive and motor capabilities are impaired to varying degrees. The cu...

    Authors: Neha Lodha, Prakruti Patel, Joanna M. Shad, Agostina Casamento-Moran and Evangelos A. Christou
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:7
  40. Physical training is able to induce changes at neurophysiological and behavioral level associated with performance changes for the trained movements. The current study explores the effects of an additional int...

    Authors: Aida Sehle, Jana Stuerner, Thomas Hassa, Stefan Spiteri, Mircea A. Schoenfeld and Joachim Liepert
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:6
  41. Impaired movement preparation of both anticipatory postural adjustments and goal directed movement as shown by a marked reduction in the incidence of StartReact responses during a standing reaching task was re...

    Authors: Chieh-ling Yang, Alon Gad, Robert A. Creath, Laurence Magder, Mark W. Rogers and Sandy McCombe Waller
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:5
  42. Upper limb assistive devices can compensate for muscular weakness and empower the user in the execution of daily activities. Multiple devices have been recently proposed but there is still a lack in the scient...

    Authors: Valeria Longatelli, Alberto Antonietti, Emilia Biffi, Eleonora Diella, Maria Grazia D’Angelo, Mauro Rossini, Franco Molteni, Marco Bocciolone, Alessandra Pedrocchi and Marta Gandolla
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:4
  43. Prosthetic restoration of reach and grasp function after a trans-humeral amputation requires control of multiple distal degrees of freedom in elbow, wrist and fingers. However, such a high level of amputation ...

    Authors: Sébastien Mick, Effie Segas, Lucas Dure, Christophe Halgand, Jenny Benois-Pineau, Gerald E. Loeb, Daniel Cattaert and Aymar de Rugy
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:3
  44. Transcranial current stimulation in rehabilitation is a fast-growing field featured with computational and biophysical modeling. Cortical features and scalp-to-cortex distance (SCD) are key variables for deter...

    Authors: Hanna Lu, Jing Li, Li Zhang, Sandra Sau Man Chan and Linda Chiu Wa Lam
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:2
  45. Although a growing number of studies focus on the measurement and detection of freezing of gait (FoG) in laboratory settings, only a few studies have attempted to measure FoG during daily life with body-worn s...

    Authors: Martina Mancini, Vrutangkumar V. Shah, Samuel Stuart, Carolin Curtze, Fay B. Horak, Delaram Safarpour and John G. Nutt
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2021 18:1
  46. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease affecting the central nervous system and consequently the whole body’s functional systems resulting in different gait disorders. Fatigue is the most common sympto...

    Authors: Alzhraa A. Ibrahim, Arne Küderle, Heiko Gaßner, Jochen Klucken, Bjoern M. Eskofier and Felix Kluge
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:165
  47. The goal of this article is to present and to evaluate a sensor-based functional performance monitoring system. The system consists of an array of Wii Balance Boards (WBB) and an exergame that estimates whethe...

    Authors: Hagen Becker, Augusto Garcia-Agundez, Philipp Niklas Müller, Thomas Tregel, André Miede and Stefan Göbel
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:164

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