Auto-Therapy in Constraints and Bimanual Practice with Rehabilitation Actuators

Document Type : Primary Research paper


Institute of Engineering and Technology, Thu Dau Mot University, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam


The majority of stroke survivors are left with persistent impairment. During the first three to six months following stroke, rehabilitation efforts should focus on optimizing patients' physical, communicative, and cognitive capabilities. Regular, incremental skill practice of goal-directed tasks in the home can result in continued improvement during the chronic period of stroke. Numerous new rehabilitation techniques, founded on the premise of using technology advancements to magnify the benefits of practice, are providing novel pathways for amplifying performance improvements at any point following stroke. Stroke rehabilitation's future remains both promising and challenging in terms of addressing residual impairments, particularly in terms of trying biological treatments for brain repair in the most severely afflicted patients.