Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives

Jacob Nielsen, Anders Stengaard Sørensen, Thomas Søndergaard Christensen, Thiusius Rajeeth Savarimuthu, Tomas Kulvicius

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPosterForskningpeer review

Resumé

Stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability. Post-stroke rehabilitation is a demanding task for the patient and a costly challenge for both society and healthcare systems. We present a novel approach for training of upper extremities after a stroke by utilising an industrial robotic arm and dynamic movement primitives (DMPs) with force feedback. We show how pre-recorded and learned DMPs can act as basis exercises, that can be modified into individualized and adaptive rehabilitation exercises that fit with the patient’s physical prop- erties and impairments. We conclude that our novel approach allows for easy and flexible set-up of rehabilitation exercises and has the potential to provide the therapists and patients much easier interaction with such complex technology

Workshop

WorkshopWorkshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research
LandSingapore
ByMarina Bay Sands
Periode29/05/201703/06/2017

Emneord

  • Robot assisted rehabilitation
  • Human robot interaction
  • dynamic movement primitive

Citer dette

Nielsen, J., Sørensen, A. S., Christensen, T. S., Savarimuthu, T. R., & Kulvicius, T. (2017). Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives. Poster session præsenteret på Workshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Nielsen, Jacob ; Sørensen, Anders Stengaard ; Christensen, Thomas Søndergaard ; Savarimuthu, Thiusius Rajeeth ; Kulvicius, Tomas. / Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives. Poster session præsenteret på Workshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.4 s.
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Nielsen, J, Sørensen, AS, Christensen, TS, Savarimuthu, TR & Kulvicius, T 2017, 'Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives' Workshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 29/05/2017 - 03/06/2017, .

Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives. / Nielsen, Jacob; Sørensen, Anders Stengaard; Christensen, Thomas Søndergaard; Savarimuthu, Thiusius Rajeeth; Kulvicius, Tomas.

2017. Poster session præsenteret på Workshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.

Publikation: Konferencebidrag uden forlag/tidsskriftPosterForskningpeer review

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Nielsen J, Sørensen AS, Christensen TS, Savarimuthu TR, Kulvicius T. Individualised and adaptive upper limb rehabilitation with industrial robot using dynamic movement primitives. 2017. Poster session præsenteret på Workshop on Advances and challenges on the development, testing and assessment of assistive and rehabilitation robots: Experiences from engineering and human science research, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.