The Ability & Innovation Lab’s own Alyssa Spomer was featured in an article, Supporting mobility in cerebral palsy, via the Department of Mechanical Engineering. This article highlighted her work on how a robotic exoskeleton device paired with real-time feedback can enhance rehabilitation therapy for children with cerebral palsy. Way to go Alyssa!
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