Dr. Edwards spoke about robotic physical therapy at the HealthTech ’15 conference held in Tarrytown, New York. Westchester Magazine selected Dr. Edwards' presentation as one of The 3 Coolest Things That Happened At HealthTech ’15.
The Washington Post reports on a new combined brain stimulation and therapy treatment being studied as part of a multi-site clinical trial for stroke survivors with residual movement-related disability.
A CBS New York radio segment features Burke’s Restorative Neurology Clinic, which offers free non-invasive brain stimulation coupled with robotic-assisted therapy for veterans who have experienced a neurological incident such as stroke.
Dr. Cortes was interviewed by Scientific American about her work using non-invasive brain stimulation techniques in combination with robotic therapy to restore motor function in patients with chronic spinal cord injury.