Tag: rehabilitation

Neurofenix completes US$7 million Series A funding for digital stroke and...

Neurofenix has raised US$7 million in Series A funding via a round led by AlbionVC, with additional participation from HTH, InHealth Ventures, and existing...

Women less likely to return to work after severe stroke, new...

According to new research published in Stroke, about one third of people who had a severe ischaemic stroke—and underwent a mechanical thrombectomy to remove...

Neuvotion secures more than US$1 million in seed funding to commercialise...

Neuvotion has announced that it has received more than US$1 million in seed funding. The Long Island Angel Network, an organised group of individual,...
stroke rehabilitation study

Stroke study reveals optimal timing and intensity for arm and hand...

A phase II, randomised clinical trial has found that the optimal period for intensive rehabilitation of arm and hand use after a stroke should...

Completion of first pilot for the Rise&Walk InClinic robotic technology announced

Healing Innovations has announced the completion of the first pilot for its new Rise&Walk InClinic technology at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, USA. The pilot...

Robotic ankle rehabilitation helps post-stroke recovery

A study published in NeuroRehabilitation by Feinstein Institute for Medical Research (Manhasset, USA) scientist Bruce T Volpe and Johanna L Chang has found that...

Foundational study shows soft suit exoskeleton improves walking for stroke survivors

A new study published in the Journal of Science Translational Medicine finds that use of a soft suit exoskeleton system facilitates normal walking ability...

Mexican-Americans receive less intensive stroke rehabilitation, new study says

A new pilot study reports that Mexican-American stroke survivors are less likely to receive inpatient rehabilitation than non-Hispanic whites. The study is the next...