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Clinically proven devices for stroke patients

Rehabilitation after stroke

Rehabilitation after stroke

For most stroke patients, rehabilitation mainly involves physical therapy. The aim of physical therapy is to have the stroke patient relearn simple motor activities such as walking, sitting, standing, lying down, and the process of switching from one type of movement...

VR in healthcare

VR in healthcare

The health care industry has been a big adopter of #virtualreality tech, with some institutions using the computer-generated images for diagnosis and treatment. Virtual-reality simulations, such as those created by software companies Surgical Theater and Conquer...

VR technologies for healthcare

VR technologies for healthcare

The currently available VR technologies allow us to build engaging virtual worlds, but the next step for many is the creation of human characters with artificial intelligence to populate these worlds. By allowing patients to interact with AI humans in a virtual...

VR for physical therapy

VR for physical therapy

While it might appear that Virtual Reality technology will only really be beneficial for treating mental health and anxiety issues, this isn’t the case. In fact VR will play a major role in the world of physical therapy too. From sports injuries to serious burn care,...

The mechanism of VR

The mechanism of VR

The mechanism of V.R. application for upper limb motor rehabilitation • In successive studies, information about the specific and non-specific motor generalization was used to measure in detail the ability to transfer to the real world what learned in V.R. • It was...

Goals of neurorehabilitation

Goals of neurorehabilitation

• The process of rehabilitation is set around the establishment of goals. The first goal to be set is the long term strategic aim. • Once a realistic and achievable long term goal has been established then the smaller steps needed to achieve that goal are determined....

Virtual reality for stroke rehabilitation

Virtual reality for stroke rehabilitation

Virtual reality-based stroke rehabilitation has been shown to be effective in increasing motivation and functional performance in stroke patients. The new motion sensing technology, kinect, is cost effective and does not require to patients to wear sensors on the...

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