Stroke Research  

Researchers at Kessler Foundation strive to improve stroke rehabilitative care by implementing new interventions during inpatient rehabilitation, exploring ways of improving mobility, and finding ways to detect and treat spatial neglect.

  • Right Brain Stroke and the Neural Substrate of Delirium

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  • Evaluation of a computerized biofeedback based intervention to improve postural control and remedy balance dysfunction in Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Including Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    The purpose of this research study is to assess your ability to sense small changes in movement under your feet while standing and determine if a computerized balance program could improve your balance.

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  • A Clinical-Research Network to Identify Spatial Disorders After Brain Injury and Improve the Quality of Rehabilitation Care

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  • Posture and Balance in Spatial Neglect After Stroke

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  • Using Robotic Exoskeletons for Walking Rehabilitation Among Stroke Survivors with Spatial Neglect

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  • Open-Label, Prospective, Single Arm Study Assessing the Safety of a Powered Dermoskeleton (Keeogo™) in Providing Ambulation Assistance During Rehabilitative Mobility Training in Stroke Patients

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  • Robotic Exoskeleton Gait Training during Acute Stroke Rehabilitation

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  • Development of a Virtual Reality Spatial Retraining Therapy to Improve Neglect in Stroke Survivors

    The purpose of this research study is to design and develop a computer-based treatment software using Virtual Reality (VR) technology. The project will develop essential elements of the software named VR Spatial Retraining Therapy (VR-SRT) System.

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