September 15, 2009      

The market penetration of commercial robotic rehabilitation systems has been minimal, despite the growing social need. Researchers and companies can proactively address the situation.

Robotic rehabilitation systems are those robotics technologies that support the restoration of function following physical trauma, medical intervention, or the advent of disease, with most commercial versions assisting with recovery from neurological disorders such as stroke. The devices use computer-controlled ro...

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