STROKE

Control of force steadiness and accuracy after stroke

  • Objective: Describe changes in force steadiness and accuracy from subacute to chronic stage of stroke in relation to motor impairment; determine effects of different training paradigms and interventions on force steadiness and accuracy
  • Lead Investigator: John W. Chow, PhD
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  • Funding: The Wilson Research Foundation, Jackson, MS
  • Status: Recruiting (If interested to participate, click here)

Armeo exoskeleton for enhancing arm motor recovery after stroke: A pilot study

  • Objective: Determine whether practice in Armeo exoskeleton can augment arm motor recovery in patients recently discharged from out-patient therapy
  • Investigators: Jennifer Sivak, OTR/L, Dobrivoje S. Stokic, MD, DSc
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  • Funding: Medtronic Inc. Minneapolis, MN, The Wilson Research Foundation, Jackson, MS
  • Status: Recruiting

Trajectory of gait recovery early after stroke

  • Objective: Describe early recovery of temporo-spatial characteristics of gait during in-patient rehabilitation after stroke
  • Lead Investigator: Dobrivoje S. Stokic, MD, DSc
  • Related Publications: In Progress
  • Funding: The Wilson Research Foundation, Jackson, MS
  • Status: Recruiting internally

The utility of weight-supported treadmill training for recovery of gait after stroke

  • Objective: Describe benefits of weight-supported treadmill training for improving gait during in-and out-patient rehabilitation for stroke
  • Investigators: Heather Maloney, PT; Dobrivoje S. Stokic, MD, DSc
  • Related Publications: In Progress
  • Funding: The Wilson Research Foundation, Jackson, MS
  • Status: Recruiting internally