Kneed4Speed device with legs in the downward position

A continuous passive motion device for knee rehabilitation that can be used in a seated position

Kitchen Aid

The Kitchen Aid device

A custom chair for use in the kitchen to enable access to both higher areas, such as counters and low areas, such as shelves or appliances.

Floating Pedal System

Client using the floating pedal system

A device for drum player who has a spinal cord injury, enabling him to play the bass drum with his arms.


Photo of individual testing the fit of foam collar

A set of tools for rehabilitation from neck burns, including a new type of compressive collar and a mobile app to track recovery by providing quantitative data on neck curvature and range of motion.


Client using the UMassage

A self massage device for a client with fibromyalgia

Pelvic Balancer

A force measurement system to provide feedback on patient positioning in a pelvic balancer system

Extraordinary Candles

Figure 2: photo of the wax dispenser

A set of devices that allows our client to make candles independently, and improves the consistency and quality of the candles. These are wax candles inside a square glass container.

Assistive Technology for the Improvement of Heat Shrink Wrapping

Figure 2: Client using the heat shrink machine

A device to facilitate the use of a commercial heat shrink wrapping machine at work, for clients who are seated in a wheelchair or have poor motor control.

The Final Stretch

Figure 1: The Final Stretch device. In this view, the head would rest on the left and the torso to the right, and the winch lever arm is positioned for left handed operation to crank the right arm back.

A device to help patients in the Burn Center at UNC to perform stretching exercises. This will help to increase and maintain their range of motion in their shoulder joint.

One Leg Up

Figure 2: The client using the One Leg Up device to perform her leg exercises.

A device to enable an adult with Multiple Sclerosis to perform leg stretching exercises at home.