Cal State LA Seeking Participants for Hand Rehabilitation Study8.3.16
The Stroke Support Association has been approached by Oscar Ledezma, a graduate student at California State University at Los Angeles.
Ledezma is conducting research on hand rehabilitation using our Recovery Glove Device, which is a sensor glove rehabilitation tool designed to help individuals regain lost hand function after an injury. The device senses the finger and thumb movements used in occupational hand therapy, allowing users to practice these movements while playing a fun, therapy-based interactive game.
This research study is for anybody who has suffered from hand impairment and is looking to improve hand function. Researchers at California State University Los Angeles want to find a way to make hand rehabilitation exercises motivating, interactive and fun.
Researchers are seeking participants for a study that will take place at Cal State LA Monday through Friday August 22nd – September 2nd for 1 hour between the hours of 7:00 am to 8:00 p.m.
Sponsoring Professor: Dr. Deborah Won
For details, answers to your question, or sign up to participate, contact Oscar Ledezma
Cell: (909) 753-3653
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