Therapists’ perspectives on using brain-computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy for individuals living with upper extremity paralysis: a qualitative case series study

Hope Jervis-Rademeyer, Kenneth Ong, Alexander Djuric, Sarah Munce, Kristin E. Musselman & Cesar Marquez-Chin
Abstract Background Brain computer interface-triggered functional electrical stimulation therapy (BCI-FEST) has shown promise as a therapy to improve upper extremity function for individuals who have had a stroke or spinal cord injury. The next step is to determine whether BCI-FEST could be used clinically as part of broader therapy practice. To do this, we need to understand therapists’ opinions on using the BCI-FEST and what limitations potentially exist. Therefore, we conducted a qualitative exploratory study...
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