In 2013, the Restorative Neurology Clinic at Burke Medical Research Institute established a self-pay clinic to offer breakthrough state-of-the-art robotic neurorehabilitation therapies for individuals who are recovering from stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, other neurological conditions. The clinic was launched based on many years of clinical research conducted at Burke Medical Research Institute that has investigated exoskeletal robotics to assist in neurorehabilitation pioneered by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Utilizing robotic assisted therapy has been proven to lead to significant and meaningful improvements in motor function for individuals who have had a neurological condition.
Since the clinic’s launch it has offered a comprehensive upper limb robotics program focusing on restoring movement and function in shoulders, elbows, forearms, wrists, hands and fingers. The Restorative Neurology Clinic is proud to expand its offerings to include an extensive lower limb robotics program focusing on restoring movement and function to hips, legs, knees, and ankles. Individuals who are wheelchair bound may also participate in the upper limb program to benefit from maintaining or improving motor recovery, cardiovascular endurance and muscular stamina.