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Clinical trials have already shown that an MIT robotic arm can help stroke patients regain movement faster. Now MIT pioneers in the field of robotic therapy, Professor Neville Hogan and researcher Hermano "Igo" Krebs, are hoping a robotic gym full of machines targeted at different parts of the body will significantly improve stroke patients' movement in arms, wrists, hands, legs and ankles.This video produced by MIT Video Productions for the MIT News Office in 2005 documents MANUS, the MIT Robotic Rehabilitation Project and the recently developed Anklebot
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It,s very intresting .
mojtaba sharifi
M.S student of sharif university of technology.

Posted almost 3 years by m_sharifi87

This is really cool. Nice work !

Posted almost 3 years by Mother Of The Bride Dresses

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MIT Video Productions

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