Coritmo is a study to learn if brain implants connected to a powered upper extremity orthosis can help stroke patients overcome abnormal movement and restore abilities. The Cortimo comprises an implanted brain activity sensor and a wearable powered arm orthosis. 


The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility of collecting objective kinematic and physiological data in healthy adults and in a clinical cohort of people who were being seen in outpatient Neurosurgery, Psychiatry, or Neurology clinics at Jefferson.


Recumbent Powered Bicycle with Electrical Stimulation for Adults with Leg Paralysis or Paresis.


Leaders in the field, our faculty publishes their research to share and collaborate with other researchers.


The Center partners and collaborates with fellow Jefferson, Moss-Magee Rehab, colleagues and other centers.