Select Publications

The ReWalk ReStoreTM soft robotic exosuit: a multi-site clinical trial of the safety, reliability, and feasibility of exosuit-augmented post-stroke gait rehabilitation. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

Walking Faster and Farther With a Soft Robotic Exosuit: Implications for Post-Stroke Gait Assistance and Rehabilitation. IEEE Open Journal of Engineering in Medicine and Biology. (see pdf or link)

Central Drive to the Paretic Ankle Plantarflexors Affects the Relationship Between Propulsion and Walking Speed After Stroke. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy. (see pdf or link)

Distance-Induced Changes in Walking Speed After Stroke: Relationship to Community Walking Activity. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy. (see pdf or link)

Wearable Movement Sensors for Rehabilitation: A Focused Review of Technological & Clinical Advances. Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

Biomechanical Mechanisms Underlying Exosuit-induced Improvements in Walking Economy after Stroke. Journal of Experimental Biology. (see pdf or link)

Dynamic Structure of Lower Limb Joint Angles during Walking Post-stroke. Journal of Biomechanics. (see pdf or link)

Reducing Circumduction and Hip Hiking During Hemiparetic Walking through Targeted Assistance of the Paretic Limb using a Soft Robotic Exosuit. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

A Soft Robotic Exosuit Improves Walking in Patients after Stroke. Science Translational Medicine. (see pdf or link)

Identifying Candidates for Targeted Gait Rehabilitation after Stroke: Better Prediction Through Biomechanics-Informed Characterization. Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

Reducing the Cost of Transport and Increasing Walking Distance After Stroke: a Randomized Controlled Trial on Fast Training Combined with Functional Electrical Stimulation. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. (see pdf or link)

Soft Exosuit for Patients with Stroke: Feasibility Study with a Mobile Off-Board Actuation Unit. Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 2015 IEEE Conference. (see pdf)

Maximum Walking Speed is a Key Determinant of Long-Distance Walking Function after Stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

Paretic Propulsion and Trailing Limb Angle Determine Long-Distance Walking Function after Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. (see pdf or link)

Walking Speed and Step Length Asymmetry Modify the Energy Cost of Walking after Stroke. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. (see pdf or link)

Do Improvements in Balance Relate to Improvements in Long-Distance Walking Function after Stroke? Stroke Research and Treatment. (see pdf or link)

Targeting Paretic Propulsion to Improve Poststroke Walking Function: a Preliminary Study. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. (see pdf or link)

Effects of Repeated Treadmill Testing and Electrical Stimulation on Poststroke Gait Kinematics. Gait and Posture. (see pdf or link)