Stroke patient improvement with a brain-computer interface -- REHACARE Trade Fair

Stroke patient improvement with a brain-computer interface

09/11/2017

Photo: The brain-computer interface neurofeedback training session; Copyright: University of Adelaide

In a single case study the brain-computer interface neurofeedback training sessions achieved 36 percent improvement in hand motor function. Now the University of Adelaide wants to reproduce the study with more patients to see if the BCI-therapy could be a feasible therapy for stroke rehabilitation.