Case Study: Cincinnati Children’s uses ZeroG with a pediatric patient with a brain injury
Case Study: Brookside Healthcare & Rehab gets patients back on their feet with ZeroG
Case Study: Marianjoy Rehab Hospital leads the way with new Neuro rehab center
St. John Hospital uses the ZeroG-Lite BWS Treadmill with error augmentation techniques
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation uses ZeroG with a 12 year old girl with cerebral palsy
Case Study: Faster recovery time with the ZeroG Gait and Balance System at Evergreen Rehab
Baton Rouge Rehab uses ZeroG to put patient safety first
Burke Rehabilitation Center uses ZeroG-Lite to get their patients up and moving
Sinai Hospital is pushing the limits of stroke rehab with ZeroG
Sheltering Arms Discusses their iWalk program, and how ZeroG is the most widely used device in their clinic
Physical Therapists explain how ZeroG is their “Extra Set of Hands”
Physical Therapists discuss the development of ZeroG at National Rehabilitation Hospital
- Long-term training with a brain-machine interface-based gait protocol induces partial neurological recovery in paraplegic patients (More)
- The feasibility of a brain-computer interface functional electrical stimulation system for the restoration of overground walking after paraplegia (More)
- Muscle activation during body weight-supported locomotion while using the ZeroG (More)
- Brain-computer interface driven functional electrical stimulation system for overground walking in spinal cord injury participant (More)
- Metabolic demand and muscle activation during different forms of bodyweight supported
locomotion in men with incomplete SCI (More)
- ZeroG: overground gait and balance training system (More)
- Feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of a novel mobility training intervention in infants and toddlers with cerebral palsy (More)
- Editorial on the future of rehabilitation robotics (More)
Hidler J, Stienen A, and Vallery H. (2016). Robotic Devices for Overground Gait and Balance Training. Neurorehabilitation Technology, Second Edition (chapter 23), Edited by V. Dietz, and D. Reinkensmeyer, Springer.
Hidler J and Brown D. (2012). Robotic devices for overground gait and balance training. Neurorehabilitation Technology (chapter 22), Edited by V. Dietz, Z. Rymer and T. Nef, Springer.
Hidler J, Rozaieski M, Koehler S, Ellis C, Fletcher P, Frankoff D, and Hendricks J (2009). Technology and Stroke. Managing Stroke: A Guide to Living Well after Stroke 2nd Edition, NRH Publications.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
Nef T, Brennan D, Black i, Hidler J (2009). Patient-tracking for an Over-ground Gait Training System. IEEE 11th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics ICORR, Kyoto, Japan, June 23-26.
Ness D. Dynamic Over-ground Body Weight Support Training in Patients with Pusher Syndrome after Stroke: Case series. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2014.
Brady K, Black i, Brennan D, and Hidler J. ZeroG: Dynamic over-ground body-weight support system. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2008.
Hidler J, Black i, and Brennan D. ZeroG: Dynamic Over-Ground Gait Training System. American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, June 2007.