Publication: Development of plantar pressure measurement using in telerehabilitation system for patient movement rehabilitation
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2017 18th International Conference on Advanced Robotics, ICAR 2017. (2017), 458-462
Atip Rientsuvong, Somnida Bhatranand, Warakorn Charoensuk (2017). Development of plantar pressure measurement using in telerehabilitation system for patient movement rehabilitation. Retrieved from: https://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/handle/123456789/42331.
Development of plantar pressure measurement using in telerehabilitation system for patient movement rehabilitation
© 2017 IEEE. Telerehabilitation is a new technology, which connects the patients and physicians or therapists via internet. This paper represents the systems that proposed for the combination of diagnostic devices and Telemedical system, including plantar pressure measuring devices that use during rehabilitation process. The parameters, determined by the devices, can be sent automatically from patient's computer to their physician's computer via the internet. That is, the results of the development are used to reduce the communication and distance between the patients and the therapists; they can directly communicate together from their places by using the internet. In the future, pressure measuring devices will be adapted with walking robots.