Stroke and traumatic brain injury affect many people every year. Afterward, people can have problems moving, sensing, seeing, or thinking. Measuring these problems is important because we use this information to plan treatment. The measurement tools we have do not always obtain a full and accurate picture of someone's neurologic function. This article reviews a new way of measuring problems related to brain damage using robotic technology. It also discusses the use of robots to help deliver treatment for these problems.
Volume 48 Number 4, 2011
Pages 335 — 354
Last Reviewed or Updated Friday, May 13, 2011 9:14 AM