Stroke Series: Powered exoskeleton gait training

This post is part of our Stroke Series during the month of August in which we share recent studies and perspectives on the use of motion analysis technology for the rehabilitation of stroke patients.  Powered exoskeleton technology paired with the FREEEMG has allowed non-ambulatory stroke patients to walk over the ground. In a study last year…

Relief for those suffering from lower back pain and functional constipation? New study in plans to assess the effectiveness of osteopathic visceral manipulation treatments

This post was based on the following article, referenced: Vilas Boas Fernandes, Walkyria & Rodriguez-Blanco, Cleofas & Politti, Fabiano & de Cordoba Lanza, Fernanda & Lucareli, Paulo & Carlos Ferrari Corrêa, João. (2018). The effect of a six-week osteopathic visceral manipulation in patients with non-specific chronic low back pain and functional constipation: Study protocol for…

Cook Children's pediatric motion analysis systems

The Present and Future of Motion Analysis Systems in Clinical Settings

This May, the BTS Bioengineering team had the pleasure of attending the 2018 Pediatric Neurology conference hosted by Cook Children’s in Fort Worth, TX. During the conference, therapists, clinicians, students and other attendees focused on multi-disciplinary treatment of children with complex motor disorders. Additionally, 25 attendees made the trip to Cook Children’s Campus to explore…