Research Area: Rehabilitation

  • Taub Therapy Clinic

    Taub Therapy Clinic

    Constraint-Induced therapy (CI therapy, or CIT) is a family of rehabilitation therapies designed to help “rewire” the brain and thus regain some level of limb function in those who have had an injury or illness such as traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke, brain tumor, or multiple sclerosis.

    Director: Edward Taub

  • CI Therapy Research Group

    CI Therapy Research Group

    The group conducts many different CI therapy projects based on research by Edward Taub and collaborators at this institution that showed that patients can "learn" to improve movement of the weaker parts of their bodies.

    Director: Edward Taub