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Title Neurorehabilitation technology / David J. Reinkensmeyer, Laura Marchal-Crespo, Volker Dietz, editors
Edition Third edition
Published Cham : Springer, [2022]


Description 1 online resource
Contents Introduction: Overview of the book -- Part I: Basic framework: Movement recovery and neuroplasticity -- Learning in the damaged brain/spinal cord: Neuroplasticity -- Movement neuroscience foundations of neurorehabilitation -- Recovery of sensorimotor functions after stroke and SCI: Neurophysiological basis of rehabilitation technology -- Part II: From movement physiology to technology application -- The upper limb after SCI: Use of technology in the assessment and rehabilitation -- Implementation of impairment based neuro-rehabilitation devices and technologies following brain injury -- The hand after stroke and SCI: Restoration of function with technology -- Neural coupling in movement coordination: Implications for rehabilitation technology -- Robotic gait training in specific neurological conditions: Rationale and application -- Part III: Principles for interactive rehabilitation technology -- Designing technology solutions for rehabilitation challenge that optimize motor performance -- Psychophysiological integration of humans and machines for rehabilitation -- Sensory-motor interactions and the manipulation of movement error -- Role of haptic interactions with machines for promoting motor learning -- Implementation of robots into rehabilitation programs: Meeting the requirements and expectations of professional and end users -- Application of rehabilitation technologies in children undergoing neurorehabilitation -- Part IV: Assessment technology and predictive modeling -- Robotic technologies and digital health metrics for assessing sensorimotor disability -- Computational neurorehabilitation -- Precision rehabilitation: Can neurorehabilitation technology help make it a realistic target?- Part V: General technological approaches in neurorehabilitation -- Spinal cord stimulation to enable leg motor control And walking in people with spinal cord injury -- Functional electrical stimulation therapy: Recovery of function following spinal cord injury and stroke -- Basis and clinical evidence of virtual reality-based rehabilitation of sensorimotor impairments after stroke -- Wearable sensors for stroke rehabilitation -- BCI-based neuroprostheses and physiotherapies for stroke motor rehabilitation -- Passive devices for upper limb training -- Mobile technologies for cognitive rehabilitation -- Telerehabilitation technology -- Part VI: Robotic technologies for neurorehabilitation: Upper extremity -- Forging Mens et Manus: The MIT experience in upper extremity robotic therapy -- Three-dimensional multi-degree-of-freedom arm therapy robot (armin) -- Upper extremity movement training with mechanically assistive devices -- Part VII: Robotic technologies for neurorehabilitation: Gait and balance -- Technology of the robotic gait orthosis lokomat -- Using robotic exoskeletons for over-ground locomotor training -- Beyond human or robot administered treadmill training -- Toward flexible assistance for locomotor training: Design and clinical testing of a cable-driven robot for stroke, spinal cord injury, and cerebral palsy -- Body weight support devices for overground gait and balance training -- Epilogue: The ongoing debate over robots in neurorehabilitation
Summary This revised, updated, and substantially expanded third edition provides an accessible, practical overview of major areas of research, technical development and clinical application in the field of neurorehabilitation movement therapy. The initial section provides the basic framework and a rationale for technology application in movement therapy by summarizing recent findings in neuroplasticity and motor learning. The following section provides a detailed overview of the movement physiology of various neurologic conditions, illustrating how this knowledge has been used to design various neurorehabilitation technologies. The third section then explains the principles of human-machine interaction for movement rehabilitation. The fourth section provides an overview of assessment technology and predictive modeling in neurorehabilitation. The fifth section provides a survey of technological approaches to neurorehabilitation, including spinal cord stimulation, functional electrical stimulation, virtual reality, wearable sensing, brain computer interfaces, mobile technologies, and telerehabilitation. The final two sections examine in greater detail the ongoing revolution in robotic therapy for upper extremity movement and walking, respectively. The promises and limitations of these technologies in neurorehabilitation are discussed, including an Epilogue which debates the impact and utility of robotics for neurorehabilitation. Throughout the book the chapters provide detailed practical information on state-of-the-art clinical applications of these devices following stroke, spinal cord injury, and other neurologic disorders and future developments in the field. The text is illustrated throughout with photographs and schematic diagrams which serve to clarify the information for the reader. Neurorehabilitation Technology, Third Edition is a valuable resource for neurologists, biomedical engineers, roboticists, rehabilitation specialists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and those training in these fields
Subject Nervous system -- Diseases -- Patients -- Rehabilitation -- Technological innovations
Medical rehabilitation -- Technological innovations
Physical therapy -- Technological innovations
Robotics in medicine.
Cerebrovascular Disorders -- therapy
Motion Therapy, Continuous Passive
Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Vascular Surgical Procedures -- methods
Robotics in medicine.
Form Electronic book
Author Reinkensmeyer, David J.
ISBN 9783031089954