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Effects of Robot-Assisted Locomotor Training in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Advanced Neurorehabilitation Research Laboratory

Mission

We strive to be the pre-eminent leader in innovative neurological-based treatment by delivering clinically sound and evidenced-based rehabilitation to our patients while pursuing an innovative and impactful research agenda.

Collaborative Nature

The Advanced Neurological Rehabilitative Research Lab is a collaborative effort between Indiana University Health and the Indiana University Department of Physical Therapy. It is made possible by contributions from Robots to the Rescue, Riley Children’s Hospital Foundation, Methodist Foundation, and the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana.

Location

The lab is located with Neurorehabilitation and Robotics at IU Health Neuroscience Center. Click here to see the Advanced Neurological Rehabilitative Research Lab at Indiana University Health Neuroscience Center: http://iuhealth.org/neuroscience/experience/#section-4.

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Investigators

Research Collaborations

  • Blythedale Children’s Hospital
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • New York Medical College
  • Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center

Current Research Projects


Research Equipment

  • 10 Camera Vicon 3D motion capture system
  • 2 Camera 60 Hz Basler Reference Video system
  • Vicon Real Time feedback system
  • Bioness L300 Functional Electrical Stimulation
  • 2 AMTI Force Plates
  • 16 Channel Delsys wireless EMG System
  • GAITRite (gait mat) walkway system
  • Marquette 2000 Treadmill
  • Biodex System 3 Isokinetic Dynamometer
  • NeuroCom SMART EquiTest Balance System
  • Zero-G overground gait and balance training system
  • 10 Actical omni-directional accelerometers
  • Hocoma Lokomat Pro Gait System with Augmented Feedback
  • Hocoma ArmeoSpring Pediatric
  • MIT-MANUS Shoulder-Elbow Robot
  • MIT-MANUS Wrist Robot
  • MIT-MANUS Anklebot