An Intensive Exercise Program Using a Technology-Enriched Rehabilitation Gym (TERG) for the Recovery of Function in People With Chronic Stroke: Usability Study

Sep 14th, 2023

This study aimed to assess the feasibility of the TERG approach and gather preliminary evidence of its effect for future research.

The Five Elements of Healthy Ageing Report, 2022

Nov 29th, 2022

An evaluation of the biomechanical, muscular and physiological responses to power assisted exercise amongst healthy older adults - The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University

'We are all in this together': a creative non-fiction story of older adults participating in power-assisted exercise

Oct 11th, 2022

In this study the research team aimed to explore older adults’ experience of community based power assisted (PA) exercise and its potential impact on social exclusion, isolation and loneliness (SEI&L).

Power-assisted exercise for people with complex neurological impairment: a feasibility study

Aug 30th, 2022

Participation in physical activity and exercise presents a challenge for adults with complex neurological impairment. Power-assisted exercise facilitates combined limb and trunk movement and may be an option for people with movement impairment. The aim of this study was to determine whether power-assisted exercise is a feasible activity option for people with complex neurological impairment.

Users' experience of community-based power assisted exercise: a transition from NHS to third sector services

Aug 30th, 2022

Seated Power Assisted Exercise (PAE) equipment is an accessible exercise mode for people with limited mobility following stroke and is available at a small number of community- based venues. The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand the lived experience of using PAE amongst PwS in a community venue and identify recommendations for the development and advancement of PAE equipment.

Trunk Flexibility Improvement in Response to Power Assisted Exercise

Aug 30th, 2022

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of innerva (previously Shapemaster) Power Assisted Exercise Equipment (SPAEE) on trunk flexibility.

End User Impact Report March 2020

Aug 30th, 2022

End User report across 8 Innerva (preciously Shapemaster) suites, surveying 307 end users, to identify the health and social benefits of regular exercise on power assisted equipment.


Aug 30th, 2022

The impact of power assisted exercise on balance, muscular strength and mobility and agility, a 12 week study by Oklahoma University .

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