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Our active stroke therapy involves the user's brain during the therapy to help achieve a better and quicker recovery

ABHA's revolutionary technology uses

Electroencephalography(EEG)
Artificial Intelligence
assistive exoskeleton

ABHA monitors your brain signals using EEG to capture the imagination of your motor movement.

ABHA knows to identify if the right zone of the brain is used for imagining the mobility.

ABHA uses an upper limb exoskeleton to assist the mobility when the mental imagination is right.

Scientific Publications

"Brain Machine interface facilitates neuroplasticity"
Brain–machine interfaces in neurorehabilitation of stroke
Surjo R.Soekadar, Niels Birbaumer, Marc W.Slutzky, Leonardo G.Cohene

"Synchronizing stroke rehabilitation with voluntary neural and/or muscle activity can lead to motor recovery by targeting Hebbian plasticity. This reinforces the neural connections between paretic muscles and the residual motor area"
Combinations of stroke neurorehabilitation to facilitate motor recovery: perspectives on Hebbian plasticity and homeostatic metaplasticity
Naoyuki Takeuch, Shin-Ichi Izumi

"Findings provide strong support for the reliability and potential rehabilitative application of MI-BCI in a stroke population, particularly in patients with mild to moderate motor impairments"
Is Motor-Imagery Brain-Computer Interface Feasible in Stroke Rehabilitation?
Wei-Peng Teo, PhD, Effie Chew

"This systematic review suggests that BCI interventions may be a promising rehabilitation approach in subjects with stroke"
Use of Electroencephalography Brain-Computer Interface Systems as a Rehabilitative Approach for Upper Limb Function After a Stroke: A Systematic Review
Esther Monge-Pereira, Jaime Ibañez-Pereda, Isabel M Alguacil-Diego, Jose I Serrano, María P Spottorno-Rubio, Francisco Molina-Rueda

"This proof-of-principle study suggests that the combination of BCI training with goal-directed, active physical therapy may improve the motor abilities of chronic stroke patients despite apparent initial paralysis"
Combination of Brain-Computer Interface Training and Goal-Directed Physical Therapy in Chronic Stroke: A Case Report
Doris Broetz, Christoph Braun, Cornelia Weber, Surjo R. Soekadar, Andrea Caria, Niels Birbaumer

"Current evidence suggests that Motor imagery provides additional benefits to conventional physiotherapy or occupational therapy"
Efficacy of motor imagery in post-stroke rehabilitation: a systematic review
Andrea Zimmermann-Schlatter, Corina Schuster, Milo A Puhan, Ewa Siekierka & Johann Steurer

"Majority of stroke patients could use EEG-based motor imagery BCI"
A Large Clinical Study on the Ability of Stroke Patients to Use an EEG-based Motor Imagery Brain-Computer Interface
Kai Keng Ang, Cuntai Guan, Karen Sui Geok Chua, Beng Ti Ang, Christopher Wee Keong Kuah, Chuanchu Wang, Kok Soon Phua, Zheng Yang Chin, Haihong Zhang

"Rehabilitation paradigms that pair cortically-based intent with activation of affected circuits and positive neurofeedback appear to be required"
Enhancing Nervous System Recovery through Neurobiologics, Neural Interface Training, and Neurorehabilitation
Max O Krucoff, Shervin Rahimpour, Marc Slutzky, Dennis A. Turner, Victor Edgerton

"Targeted Neuroplasticity Induced Through Operant Conditioning-modification of a behavior is induced by the consequence of that behavior"
Operant Conditioning of a Spinal Reflex Can Improve Locomotion after Spinal Cord Injury in Humans
Aiko K. Thompson, Ferne R. Pomerantz, Jonathan R. Wolpaw

"The findings support the feasibility and justify the incorporation of home-based motor imagery exercises to improve walking skills for poststroke hemiparesis"
Home-Based Motor Imagery Training for Gait Rehabilitation of People With Chronic Poststroke Hemiparesis
AyeletDunsky, RuthDickstein, Emanuel Marcovitz, SandraLevy, JudithDeutschPT