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Robotics in neurorehabilitation

Robotics in neurorehabilitation

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How can robotics help people who are recovering from a stroke or brain injury?

Robotics can be used to provide solutions to many problems. These collaborative projects between the School of Systems Engineering at the University of Reading and therapists at the Royal Berkshire Hospital demonstrate how the use of a robotic arm and virtual reality games can offer entirely new approaches to neurorehabilitation.

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