ASU Assistant Professor Panagiotis Polygerinos demonstrates the Soft Robotic Back Orthosis device as he talks about innovative medical habilitation devices his graduate students at the Polytechnic campus’ Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering created with the assistance of physicians and clinicians at the Barrow Neurological Institute, with support from VentureWell and AzTE. Photo by Charlie Leight/ASU Now

ASU students team up with Barrow to create medical rehab devices

Therapists and physicians share challenges; engineering professor’s class develops solutions, 3 of which are being patented

June 16, 2017

Video: See the Soft Robotic Back Orthosis in action.
Video: See how the Soft Robotic Shoulder Assist Device for Wheelchair Users works.

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