Robotic Pelvic Assist Device Helps Parkinson’s Patients Improve Their Stability While Walking

Researchers at Columbia University have developed a system called the Tethered Pelvic Assist Device (TPAD), which can help Parkinson’s patients to improve their gait stability after just one training session.

Fall rates in adults with advanced Parkinson’s disease are twice as high as those in healthy adults of a comparable age. Finding strategies (Read more...)

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