Line of research
The following lines of research are currently operational and continue to be developed based on research results and their validation:

Innovative technologies in rehabilitation

Specifically, the following programs are active:

Upper limb rehabilitation

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Cortical activations during treatment with ARAMIS

  • Clinical aspects of the asynchronous and synchronous treatment with ARAMIS

  • Electromyographic aspects of the ARAMIS treatment

Trunk and lower limb rehabilitation

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Instrumental and clinical modifications during the treatment with Copernicus

Telecare and tele-rehabilitation

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Clinical aspects of telecare via Oberon

 

Neuropsychophysiology in rehabilitation

Specifically, the following programs are active:

Stimulation procedures in patients with severe brain damage

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Influence of the autonomic nervous system on stimulation times in patients with Severe Brain Injury

Environmental factors that may affect the attention level in patients with Severe brain injury

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Influence of temperature, light and humidity on the attention level in patients with Severe Brain Injury

 

Neurorehabilitation clinic

Specifically, the following programs are active:

Severe brain injuries

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Prognostic factors of VS or MCS emergency

  • Outcome after SAH

Stroke

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Usefulness of a greater definition of the neuromotor therapy (OSRAM)

Other neurological pathologies

Within the program, we are developing the following projects:

  • Other neurological pathologies