Stroke Therapy - Clinical Trials
This page contains information for clinicians searching for stroke therapy, the latest in treatments and clinical trials.
Kinetic Muscles’ Mentor™ line of products for stroke therapy are based on the most recent research in repetitive therapy for neuro-motor injuries and designed with input from top researchers and clinicians. Our products have gone through years of development and produced strong clinical evidence.
The National Institutes of Health recently funded a trial of teletherapy service using Kinetic Muscles’ Hand Mentor™ and Foot Mentor™ for rural patients and patients with limited access to therapy. Code name: HAAPI. Trial number: NCT01144715. Trial sites: Cleveland Clinic and Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta. For more information, visit www.ClinicalTrials.gov.
Students and faculty members of AT Still University, located in Mesa, Arizona, have concluded pilot projects on both Hand Mentor™ and Foot Mentor™, after testing different variables that may improve outcomes while using Kinetic Muscles’ devices.
Dr. Jim Lynskey, A.T. Still University, talks about his clinical trials using the Hand Mentor and Foot Mentor. Two patients also talk about their experiences in these trials.