Professor Neville Hogan’s work with Robot-aided neuro-rehabilitation
Using robots to assist the rehabilitation process will inevitably provide more precise, objective, and detailed data on what actually happens during recovery. That will in turn lead to a better understanding of the key biomechanical and neurological (and perhaps even psychological) factors required for successful rehabilitation. A better understanding of the biology of recovery will lead to better ideas of how technology can help rehabilitation. It promises to be an exciting future.
Neville Hogan, PhD
- Rehabilitation Applications of Robotic Technology
- Increasing productivity and quality of care: Robot-aided neuro-rehabilitation