This figure demonstrates the motor power as measured by the Fugl-Meyer (F-M) scale in patients with chronic stroke treated with robotic training (n = 47) and intensive therapist training (n = 10). The performance of patients with stroke treated with either technique is comparable on admission (represented by three measures taken one week apart); midpoint; and discharge (DISC). However, the robotic-trained patients appear to continue to improve after the end of training (22). The graph is based on information from (22): Bruce T Volpe, Daniel Lynch, Avrielle Rykman-Berland, Mark Ferraro, Michael Galgano, Neville Hogan, and Hermano I Krebs. Intensive Sensorimotor Arm Training Mediated by Therapist or Robot Improves Hemiparesis in Patients With Chronic Stroke. Neurorehabil. Neural Repair. 2008;22:305–10. See https://doi.org/nnr.sagepub.com/content/22/3/305.refs. F/U, follow-up.