A Comprehensive look at Current
InMotion Robotic Rehabilitation
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This video was produced as a joint effort with WellStar Kennestone Rehabilitation Hospital in Marrieta Georgia and Interactive Motion Technologies. It describes the recent experiences of three patients and the impact that robotic assisted therapy has had on their recovery process.
Introduction to InMotion Robot Assisted Therapy from WellStar’s Kennestone Rehabilitation Hospital in Marrieta Georgia —USA
This 16 min video was recorded as part of a community information program for the WellStar Kennestone Rehabilitation Hospital in Marrieta GA. You will hear from Occupational Therapist Sharyn Uhrig, describing InMotion Robitic Therapy and how they are making excellent use of the technology.
This is a 35 minute video utilizing audio from the Neurology Audio Digest and along with Slides. Dr. Krebs is a Principal Research Scientist and Lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Newman Laboratory for Biomechanics and Human Rehabilitation and an Adjunct Professor, Department of Neurology and Division of Rehabilitative Medicine at the University of Maryland. School of Medicine.
This 36 page document includes extensive information such as guidelines from the American Stroke Association for robotic assisted therapy, world wide clinical partners, controlled clinical studies with over 800 Stroke patients. Cost benefit results from the VA Study, description of the InMotion EVAL™ and measures of motor control and movement recovery. See Bibliography pages 15-20.
This is a 42 minute video extracted from “Rehabilitation Robotics: Today’s Innovative Evidenced-Based Practice”. The presentation was given by Brenda Hyland-Miller, PT, MBA and Peter Altenburger, PT, PhD at the 2013 APTA National Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Peter Altenburger is the Director of Neurorehabilition and Robotics at the Indiana University Neuro Science Center and is the Co-Chair, Assistant Professor and Director of Professional Education of the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Indiana.
Dan Parkinson, P.T., Director of Rehabilitation Services at Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital in Braintree, Massachusetts describes his development of a ROI model for financial justification. His presentation starts at minute 15. Presented at the 2013 American Rehab Hospital Providers Conference 2013, Amelia Island, FL.
This is a 30 minute video of a relatively young stroke survivor Diane Anderson and Dr. Neville Hogan, Professor of Brain Cognition Science at MIT and Director of the Newman Laboratory for Biomechanics and Human Rehabilitation at MIT. The video is excellent for a lay audience, donor group or board as Diane tells her story starting at about minute 2:00 and Dr. Hogan provides a description of how the robot and brain work together starting at minute 9:00 and the patient/robot interaction starting at minute 14:00 with Diane summary at minute 18:45. Viewing the complete video is recommended, but these viewing hints are provided for someone doing a quick scan of this information.
Brief summary of benefits provided by InMotion Robots.
This is a short video showing the InMotion Anklebot™ being used in the VA Maryland HealthCare System, University of Maryland School of Medicine – interviews with clinicians, researchers and patients involved in study of the Anklebot™. — Produced by www.websedge.com