||A review: Motor rehabilitation after stroke with control based on human intent
||Min Li, Guanghua Xu, Jun Xie, Chaoyang Chen
||Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engin
||Strokes are a leading cause of acquired disability worldwide, and there is a significant need for novel interventions and further research to facilitate functional motor recovery in stroke patients. This article reviews motor rehabilitation methods for stroke survivors with a focus on rehabilitation controlled by human motor intent. The review begins with the neurodevelopmental principles of motor rehabilitation that provide the neuroscientific basis for intuitively controlled rehabilitation, followed by a review of methods allowing human motor intent detection, bio-feedback approaches, and quantitative motor rehabilitation assessment. Challenges for future advances in motor rehabilitation after stroke using
intuitively controlled approaches are addressed.