To address these problems, the team has developed a prosthetic leg that includes a powered knee and powered three degree of freedom ankle.
We have built a mechanical hippotherapy device that simulates the motion of a horse and the experience of controlling a horse.
Music to Movement is a unique, data-driven music therapy designed to create a fun and engaging experience for patients working towards their recovery.
In order to facilitate the transition from the clinic to the home, we have implemented a cost-effective and portable system that is capable of sensing, recording, analyzing and sharing human kinetic information on the go.
The data collected by this device will offer a credible solution to quantify patient compliance and to aid clinicians and researchers in effectively treating patients and conducting studies, respectively.
The aim of the Strider Hip Flexion Assist Device (HFAD) project is to create a wearable, low-profile orthotic device that provides energy to the hip during the early swing phase of the gait cycle and mitigates excessive hip rotation.