Neuro Rehab – Scientific Background
Kinetic Muscles seeks to translate the most recent advances in neuromuscular therapy and neuro rehab research into clinical practice through evidenced based research and development. We work with top researchers throughout the US to investigate current best practices and work closely with these researchers in our product design activities. Continual product improvement is important as new scientific evidence emerges.
KMI's clinical trials have been published in peer reviewed journals such as Physical Therapy and the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. You can download and read some of them by clicking on the links below:
April 2010: Quality-of-Life Change Associated With Robotic-Assisted Therapy to Improve Hand Motor Function in Patients With Subacute Stroke: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Research report featured in Physical Therapy, Volume 90, Number 4. Nancy G. Kutner, Rebecca Zhang, Andrew J. Butler, Steven L. Wolf, Jay L. Alberts.
January 2008: Effects of Combined Robotic Therapy and Repetitive Task Practice on Upper-Extremity Function in a Patient With Chronic Stroke. Case report featured in the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Libby Rosenstein, Angela L. Ridgel, Anil Thota, Bridgette Samame, Jay L. Alberts.
October 2006: Combined Use of Repetitive Task Practice and an Assistive Robotic Device in a Patient With Subacute Stroke. Case report featured in Physical Therapy, Volume 86, Number 10. Ellen M. Frick and Jay L. Alberts.
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