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Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Robotic Training in Adults with Cerebral Palsy
We hypothesize that therapy will result in improved reaching accuracy and smoothness on the robotic task, improvement in clinical motor measures, and will show an excellent safety profile. We also hypothesize that the therapy will expand the motor map of the paretic hand. Understanding the feasibility, efficacy, and neurophysiological effects of combined tDCS and robotic therapy will be an important step in developing and optimizing effective upper limb therapy for adults with CP.