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  1. Recent advances in wearable sensor technologies enable objective and long-term monitoring of motor activities in a patient’s habitual environment. People with mobility impairments require appropriate data proc...

    Authors: Fabian Marcel Rast and Rob Labruyère
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:148
  2. The present article reports the results of a systematic review on the potential benefits of the combined use of virtual reality (VR) and non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) as a novel approach for rehabilita...

    Authors: Raymundo Cassani, Guilherme S. Novak, Tiago H. Falk and Alcyr A. Oliveira
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:147
  3. This study examined if people with Parkinson’s and freezing of gait pathology (FoG) could be trained to increase preparatory weight-shift amplitude, and facilitate step initiation during FoG.

    Authors: Amy Maslivec, Anna Fielding, Mark Wilson, Meriel Norris and William Young
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:146
  4. Gait dysfunction is common in post-stroke patients as a result of impairment in cerebral gait mechanism. Powered robotic exoskeletons are promising tools to maximize neural recovery by delivering repetitive wa...

    Authors: Su-Hyun Lee, Hwang-Jae Lee, Youngbo Shim, Won Hyuk Chang, Byung-Ok Choi, Gyu-Ha Ryu and Yun-Hee Kim
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:145
  5. The past decade has seen the emergence of rehabilitation treatments using virtual reality. One of the advantages in using this technology is the potential to create positive motivation, by means of engaging en...

    Authors: Ilaria Bortone, Michele Barsotti, Daniele Leonardis, Alessandra Crecchi, Alessandra Tozzini, Luca Bonfiglio and Antonio Frisoli
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:144
  6. Recently developed controllers for robot-assisted gait training allow for the adjustment of assistance for specific subtasks (i.e. specific joints and intervals of the gait cycle that are related to common imp...

    Authors: Simone S. Fricke, Hilde J. G. Smits, Cristina Bayón, Jaap H. Buurke, Herman van der Kooij and Edwin H. F. van Asseldonk
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:143
  7. Powered wheelchairs are an essential technology to support mobility, yet their use is associated with a high level of sedentarism that can have negative health effects for their users. People with Duchenne mus...

    Authors: Joan Lobo-Prat, Aure Enkaoua, Antonio Rodríguez-Fernández, Nariman Sharifrazi, Julita Medina-Cantillo, Josep M. Font-Llagunes, Carme Torras and David J. Reinkensmeyer
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:142
  8. Postural control is affected after incomplete spinal cord injury (iSCI) due to sensory and motor impairments. Any alteration in the availability of sensory information can challenge postural stability in this ...

    Authors: Alireza Noamani, Jean-François Lemay, Kristin E. Musselman and Hossein Rouhani
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:141
  9. Stroke is a leading cause of disability with associated hemiparesis resulting in difficulty bearing and transferring weight on to the paretic limb. Difficulties in weight bearing and weight transfer may result...

    Authors: Hao-Yuan Hsiao, Vicki L. Gray, James Borrelli and Mark W. Rogers
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:140
  10. Advances in medical diagnosis and treatment have facilitated the emergence of precision medicine. In contrast, locomotor rehabilitation for individuals with acquired neuromotor injuries remains limited by the ...

    Authors: Louis N. Awad, Michael D. Lewek, Trisha M. Kesar, Jason R. Franz and Mark G. Bowden
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:139
  11. Standardized assessments are used in rehabilitation clinics after stroke to measure restoration versus compensatory movements of the upper limb. Accelerometry is an emerging tool that can bridge the gap betwee...

    Authors: Jessica Barth, Joeseph W. Klaesner and Catherine E. Lang
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:138
  12. Robotic rehabilitation of stroke survivors with upper extremity dysfunction may yield different outcomes depending on the robot type. Considering that excessive dependence on assistive force by robotic actuato...

    Authors: Jin Ho Park, Gyulee Park, Ha Yeon Kim, Ji-Yeong Lee, Yeajin Ham, Donghwan Hwang, Suncheol Kwon and Joon-Ho Shin
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:137
  13. Handrim wheelchair propulsion is often assessed in the laboratory on treadmills (TM) or ergometers (WE), under the assumption that they relate to regular overground (OG) propulsion. However, little is known ab...

    Authors: Rick de Klerk, Vera Velhorst, Dirkjan (H.E.J.) Veeger, Lucas H. V. van der Woude and Riemer J. K. Vegter
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:136
  14. Physical activity is a recommended part of treatment for numerous neurological and neuromuscular disorders. Yet, many individuals with limited mobility are not able to meet the recommended activity levels. Lig...

    Authors: Florian Leander Haufe, Kai Schmidt, Jaime Enrique Duarte, Peter Wolf, Robert Riener and Michele Xiloyannis
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:135
  15. After transfemoral amputation, many hours of practice are needed to re-learn walking with a prosthesis. The long adaptation process that consolidates a novel gait pattern seems to depend on cerebellar function...

    Authors: Vera G. M. Kooiman, Helco G. van Keeken, Natasha M. Maurits, Vivian Weerdesteyn and Teodoro Solis-Escalante
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:134
  16. Chronic hand and wrist impairment are frequently present following stroke and severely limit independence in everyday life. The wrist orientates and stabilizes the hand before and during grasping, and is there...

    Authors: Charles Lambelet, Damir Temiraliuly, Marc Siegenthaler, Marc Wirth, Daniel G. Woolley, Olivier Lambercy, Roger Gassert and Nicole Wenderoth
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:132
  17. Accurate prediction of motor recovery after stroke is critical for treatment decisions and planning. Machine learning has been proposed to be a promising technique for outcome prediction because of its high ac...

    Authors: Hiren Kumar Thakkar, Wan-wen Liao, Ching-yi Wu, Yu-Wei Hsieh and Tsong-Hai Lee
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:131
  18. After stroke, kinematic measures obtained with non-robotic and robotic devices are highly recommended to precisely quantify the sensorimotor impairments of the upper-extremity and select the most relevant ther...

    Authors: Nabila Brihmat, Isabelle Loubinoux, Evelyne Castel-Lacanal, Philippe Marque and David Gasq
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:130
  19. Today immersive environments such as Virtual Reality (VR) offer new opportunities for serious gaming in exercise therapy and psychoeducation. Chronic back pain (CBP) patients could benefit from exergames in VR...

    Authors: Oskar Stamm, Rebecca Dahms and Ursula Müller-Werdan
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:129
  20. Assessing arm and hand sensorimotor impairments that are functionally relevant is essential to optimize the impact of neurorehabilitation interventions. Technology-aided assessments should provide a sensitive ...

    Authors: Christoph M. Kanzler, Anne Schwarz, Jeremia P. O. Held, Andreas R. Luft, Roger Gassert and Olivier Lambercy
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:128
  21. Individuals with acquired brain injuries (ABI) are in need of neurorehabilitation and neurorepair. Virtual anatomical interactivity (VAI) presents a digital game-like format in which ABI survivors with upper l...

    Authors: Jiří Keller, Ivana Štětkářová, Vince Macri, Simone Kühn, Jakub Pětioký, Stefano Gualeni, С. Douglas Simmons, Sajay Arthanat and Paul Zilber
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:127
  22. Therapeutic management of the upper extremity (UE) function of people with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) requires sensitive and objective assessment. Therefore, we aimed to measure physiologic UE function of S...

    Authors: Mariska M. H. P. Janssen, Laura H. C. Peeters and Imelda J. M. de Groot
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:126
  23. Parkinson’s disease (PD) and essential tremor (ET) are movement disorders that can have similar clinical characteristics including tremor and gait difficulty. These disorders can be misdiagnosed leading to del...

    Authors: Sanghee Moon, Hyun-Je Song, Vibhash D. Sharma, Kelly E. Lyons, Rajesh Pahwa, Abiodun E. Akinwuntan and Hannes Devos
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:125
  24. Persons with spinal cord injury (SCI) may experience both psychological and physiological benefits from robotic locomotor exoskeleton use, and knowledgeable users may have valuable perspectives to inform futur...

    Authors: Dominique Kinnett-Hopkins, Chaithanya K. Mummidisetty, Linda Ehrlich-Jones, Deborah Crown, Rachel A. Bond, Marc H. Applebaum, Arun Jayaraman, Catherine Furbish, Gail Forrest, Edelle Field-Fote and Allen W. Heinemann
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:124
  25. Wearable powered exoskeletons are a new and emerging technology developed to provide sensory-guided motorized lower limb assistance enabling intensive task specific locomotor training utilizing typical lower l...

    Authors: Julie Vaughan-Graham, Dina Brooks, Lowell Rose, Goldie Nejat, Jose Pons and Kara Patterson
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:123
  26. Impaired naming is a ubiquitous symptom in all types of aphasia, which often adversely impacts independence, quality of life, and recovery of affected individuals. Previous research has demonstrated that namin...

    Authors: Klaudia Grechuta, Belén Rubio Ballester, Rosa Espín Munné, Teresa Usabiaga Bernal, Begoña Molina Hervás, Bettina Mohr, Friedemann Pulvermüller, Rosa Maria San Segundo and Paul F. M. J. Verschure
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:122
  27. Motor hand skill and associated dexterity is important for meeting the challenges of daily activity and an important resource post-stroke. In this context, the present study investigated the finger movements o...

    Authors: Werner Krammer, John H. Missimer, Simon Habegger, Manuela Pastore-Wapp, Roland Wiest and Bruno J. Weder
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:133
  28. Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) has been utilized for many years in cerebral palsy (CP) with limited success despite its inherent potential for improving muscle size and/or strength, inhibiting or ...

    Authors: Blynn L. Shideler, Thomas C. Bulea, Ji Chen, Christopher J. Stanley, Andrew J. Gravunder and Diane L. Damiano
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:121
  29. Human sensorimotor control of dexterous manipulation relies on afferent sensory signals. Explicit tactile feedback is generally not available to prosthetic hand users, who have to rely on incidental informatio...

    Authors: Leonardo Cappello, Waleed Alghilan, Massimiliano Gabardi, Daniele Leonardis, Michele Barsotti, Antonio Frisoli and Christian Cipriani
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:120
  30. Asymmetric gait post-stroke is associated with decreased mobility, yet individuals with chronic stroke often self-select an asymmetric gait despite being capable of walking more symmetrically. The purpose of t...

    Authors: Thu M. Nguyen, Rachel W. Jackson, Yashar Aucie, Digna de Kam, Steven H. Collins and Gelsy Torres-Oviedo
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:119
  31. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) provides critical information about the neurophysiology of the central nervous systems (CNS), posing clinical significance for the understanding of neuropathologies...

    Authors: Hyungeun Song, Erica Israel, Shriya Srinivasan and Hugh Herr
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:118
  32. Stiff-Knee gait (SKG) after stroke is often accompanied by decreased knee flexion angle during the swing phase. The decreased knee flexion has been hypothesized to originate from excessive quadriceps activatio...

    Authors: Tunc Akbas, Kyoungsoon Kim, Kathleen Doyle, Kathleen Manella, Robert Lee, Patrick Spicer, Maria Knikou and James Sulzer
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:117
  33. State-of-the-art bionic hands incorporate hi-tech devices which try to overcome limitations of conventional single grip systems. Unfortunately, their complexity often limits mechanical robustness and intuitive...

    Authors: Cristina Piazza, Ann M. Simon, Kristi L. Turner, Laura A. Miller, Manuel G. Catalano, Antonio Bicchi and Levi J. Hargrove
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:116
  34. Hand function is often impaired after stroke, strongly affecting the ability to perform daily activities. Upper limb robotic devices have been developed to complement rehabilitation therapy offered to persons ...

    Authors: Raffaele Ranzani, Olivier Lambercy, Jean-Claude Metzger, Antonella Califfi, Stefania Regazzi, Daria Dinacci, Claudio Petrillo, Paolo Rossi, Fabio M. Conti and Roger Gassert
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:115
  35. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a leading cause of fatality and disability worldwide, partly due to the occurrence of secondary injury and late interventions. Correct diagnosis and timely monitoring ensure eff...

    Authors: Momen K. Tageldeen, Sally A. N. Gowers, Chi L. Leong, Martyn G. Boutelle and Emmanuel M. Drakakis
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:114
  36. Regular body-powered (BP) prosthesis training facilitates the acquisition of skills through repeated practice but requires adequate time and motivation. Therefore, auxiliary tools such as indirect training may...

    Authors: Manabu Yoshimura, Hiroshi Kurumadani, Junya Hirata, Hiroshi Osaka, Katsutoshi Senoo, Shota Date, Akio Ueda, Yosuke Ishii, Seiji Kinoshita, Kozo Hanayama and Toru Sunagawa
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:113
  37. We designed a novel ankle foot orthosis (AFO), namely, ideal training AFO (IT-AFO), with motion feedback on the hemiparetic lower limb to improve ambulation in individuals with stroke-related hemiplegia. We, t...

    Authors: Chih-Chao Hsu, Yin-Kai Huang, Jiunn-Horng Kang, Yi-Feng Ko, Chia-Wei Liu, Fu-Shan Jaw and Shih-Ching Chen
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:112
  38. Stroke survivors experience chronic gait impairments, so rehabilitation has focused on restoring ambulatory capacity. High-intensity speed-based treadmill training (HISTT) is one form of walking rehabilitation...

    Authors: Sangeetha Madhavan, Brice T. Cleland, Anjali Sivaramakrishnan, Sally Freels, Hyosok Lim, Fernando D. Testai and Daniel M. Corcos
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:111
  39. Recent studies have shown that neural stimulation can be used to provide artificial sensory feedback to amputees eliciting sensations referred on the amputated hand. The temporal properties of the neural stimu...

    Authors: Giacomo Valle, Ivo Strauss, Edoardo D’Anna, Giuseppe Granata, Riccardo Di Iorio, Thomas Stieglitz, Paolo Maria Rossini, Stanisa Raspopovic, Francesco Maria Petrini and Silvestro Micera
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:110
  40. Spasticity after lesions of central motor pathways may be disabling and there is a need for new, cost-effective treatment methods. One novel approach is offered by the electro-dress Mollii®, primarily designed...

    Authors: Susanne Palmcrantz, Gaia Valentina Pennati, Hanna Bergling and Jörgen Borg
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:109
  41. Body weight support systems with three or more degrees of freedom (3-DoF) are permissive and safe environments that provide unloading and allow unrestricted movement in any direction. This enables training of ...

    Authors: M. Bannwart, S. L. Bayer, N. König Ignasiak, M. Bolliger, G. Rauter and C. A. Easthope
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:108
  42. Experimental designs using surrogate gait-like movements, such as in functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cannot fully capture the cortical activation associated with overground gait. Overground gait i...

    Authors: Sue Peters, Shannon B. Lim, Dennis R. Louie, Chieh-ling Yang and Janice J. Eng
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:107
  43. Despite numerous trials investigating robot-assisted therapy (RT) effects on upper-extremity (UE) function after stroke, few have explored the relationship between three-dimensional (3D) reach-to-target kinema...

    Authors: Catherine Adans-Dester, Susan E. Fasoli, Eric Fabara, Nicolas Menard, Annie B. Fox, Giacomo Severini and Paolo Bonato
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:106
  44. Restoration of step length symmetry is a common rehabilitation goal after stroke. Persons post-stroke often retain the ability to walk with symmetric step lengths (“symmetric steps”); however, the resulting wa...

    Authors: Purnima Padmanabhan, Keerthana Sreekanth Rao, Shivam Gulhar, Kendra M. Cherry-Allen, Kristan A. Leech and Ryan T. Roemmich
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:105
  45. Robotic technologies for neurological assessment provide sensitive, objective measures of behavioural impairments associated with injuries or disease such as stroke. Previous robotic tasks to assess propriocep...

    Authors: Catherine R. Lowrey, Benett Blazevski, Jean-Luc Marnet, Helen Bretzke, Sean P. Dukelow and Stephen H. Scott
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:103
  46. Spasticity is a key motor impairment that affects many hemispheric stroke survivors. Intramuscular botulinum toxin (BT) injections are used widely to clinically manage spasticity-related symptoms in stroke sur...

    Authors: S. Chandra, B. Afsharipour, W. Z. Rymer and N. L. Suresh
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:102
  47. The timing of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) with neurorehabilitation interventions may affect its modulatory effects. Motor function has been reported to be modulated by the timing of tDCS; ho...

    Authors: Wan-wen Liao, Wei-chi Chiang, Keh-chung Lin, Ching-yi Wu, Chien-ting Liu, Yu-wei Hsieh, Yun-chung Lin and Chia-ling Chen
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:101
  48. Locomotor transitions between different ambulatory tasks are essential activities of daily life. During these transitions, biomechanics are affected by various factors such as anticipation, movement direction,...

    Authors: Wentao Li, Nathaniel T. Pickle and Nicholas P. Fey
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:100
  49. In the last decades, several powered ankle-foot orthoses have been developed to assist the ankle joint of their users during walking. Recent studies have shown that the effects of the assistance provided by po...

    Authors: Marta Moltedo, Tomislav Baček, Ben Serrien, Kevin Langlois, Bram Vanderborght, Dirk Lefeber and Carlos Rodriguez-Guerrero
    Citation: Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation 2020 17:98

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