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NeuroFlexor

NeuroFlexor is now CE-approved and available for clinical use!

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Scientific publication: ”Quantifying neural and non-neural components of wrist hyper-resistance after stroke: Comparing two instrumented assessment methods”

Dec 2021: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Effects of 60 Min Electrostimulation With the EXOPULSE Mollii Suit on Objective Signs of Spasticity”

Oct 2021: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”The effect of botulinum toxin-A on neural and non-neural components of wrist hyper-resistance in adults with stroke or cerebral palsy”

Apr 2021: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”The Effects of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy on Spastic Muscle of the Wrist Joint in Stroke Survivors: Evidence From Neuromechanical Analysis”

Jan 2021: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Feasibility and potential effects of using the electro-dress Mollii on spasticity and functioning in chronic stroke”

Aug 2020: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Time Course of Wrist Hyper-Resistance in Relation to Upper Limb Motor Recovery Early Post Stroke”

June 2020: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Quantitative Assessment of Hand Spasticity After Stroke: Imaging Correlates and Impact on Motor Recovery”

Aug 2019: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Alterations of Elastic Property of Spastic Muscle With Its Joint Resistance Evaluated From Shear Wave Elastography and Biomechanical Model”

July 2019: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Measurement Properties of the NeuroFlexor Device for Quantifying Neural and Non-neural Components of Wrist Hyper-Resistance in Chronic Stroke”

July 2019: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”A Regression-Based Framework for Quantitative Assessment of Muscle Spasticity Using Combined EMG and Inertial Data From Wearable Sensors”

May 2019: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Influence of Spinal Manipulation on Muscle Spasticity and Manual Dexterity in Participants With Cerebral Palsy: Randomized Controlled Trial

Sept 2018: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Relationship between Passive Stretch Resistance in spastic wrist Flexors and Clinical Scales of Stroke Survivors: A Cross-sectional Study”

July 2018: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Changes in the Neural and Non-neural Related Properties of the Spastic Wrist Flexors After Treatment With Botulinum Toxin A in Post-stroke Subjects: An Optimization Study”

June 2018: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Relationships between changes in parameters of the manual function and electroencephalogram, heart rate variability as well as gas discharge visualization in children with spastic cerebral palsy caused by the Kozyavkin method”

April 2018: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Validation of the NeuroFlexor method for obtaining the neural and intrinsic component of wrist hyper-resistance post stroke”

Mars 2018: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ”Neural and non-neural related properties in the spastic wrist flexors: An optimization study.

Sept 2017: The paper is availiable at Medical Engineering & Physics or PubMed

Scientific publication: ”Forearm Flexor Muscles in Children with Cerebral Palsy Are Weak, Thin and Stiff”

April 2017: The paper is available here.

Scientific publication: ” Changes in Muscle Spasticity in Patients With Cerebral Palsy After Spinal Manipulation: Case Series.

Dec 2016: The paper is availiable at PubMed.

Scientific publication: ”Normative NeuroFlexor data for detection of spasticity after stroke: a cross-sectional study”

March 2016: The paper is availiable at JNER or PubMed.

NeuroFlexor mentioned in Lancet Neurology

October 2015: The paper is available through PubMed or at Lancet Neurology.

Testing the first prototype of the foot module

August 2015: The first version of the NeuroFlexor foot module is now being tested  on adults with stroke. The device will soon be launched for research purposes.

Scientific publication

December 2014: Stubbs et al. recently published a clinical commentary on the NeuroFlexor in Novel Physiotherapies:

Objective Quantification of Wrist and Finger Spasticity: An Alternative to Current Clinical Measurements: A Commentary

Submitted abstract

December 2014: Abstract submitted to ISB 2015, by Ruoli Wang et al: A Neuromusculosceletal model to simulate passive wrist extension test of spasticity.

Scientific publication

November 2014: A study on the use of NeuroFlexor in persons with Parkinson´s disease is available from the publisher´s website: Neural and Nonneural Contributions to Wrist Rigidity in Parkinson’s Disease: An Explorative Study Using the NeuroFlexor.

NeuroFlexor at TOXINS Nordic Congress in Copenhagen October 3-4 2014

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Download our information brochure here.

Watch a video presentation here.

The NeuroFlexor is an objective measure of spasticity developed for clinical and research use. The NeuroFlexor separates mechanical and neuronal properties of the spastic muscle. It is a measurement instrument suitable for evaluation of rehabilitation interventions both in a clinical and a scientific setting. A common patient group is adults with stroke or traumatic brain injuries.

Scientific publication

June 2014: A study on the sensitivity to change of the NeuroFlexor is now available on PubMed: Sensitivity of the NeuroFlexor method to measure change in spasticity after treatment with botulinum toxin A in wrist and finger muscles.

CE-approval

March 2014: NeuroFlexor is now CE approved and is available for clinical use. Please review the EC Certificate found under Technical details

Contact info@aggeromedtech.com for more information.