Robotic Neck Brace Helps Doctors Analyze Neck Mobility In Cancer Patients

Columbia University robotic neck brace for cancer patients
Schematic of the new robotic neck brace and a picture of a subject using the brace. (Left) A CAD drawing of the neck brace. (Right) A participant wearing the brace during experiments while sitting comfortably on a chair. Surface electrodes are mounted in the head and neck area to record muscle activity. (Photo credit: Columbia University)
Researchers at Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a new robotic neck brace that may help doctors analyze the impact of cancer treatments on the neck […]
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