Tag: rehabilitation

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...