Monday, January 10, 2005

Sensory-Motor Virtual Reality Program Improves Stroke Recovery

The research report shows how a virtual reality projection coupled with sensory and motor feedback helped a stroke victim recover from arm weakness and poor coordination. The advantage of the system was that it allowed complex movements to be monitored and challenged incrementally, coordinating hand-eye and sensory-motor functions. Both strength and fine motor coordination improved.

Entrez PubMed Abstract

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