Category Archives: balance training

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The Effects of Nintendo Wii-Fit Video Games on Balance in Children with Mild Cerebral Palsy

Pediatrics International Authors: Devrim Tarakci Assisstant Professor1,*, Burcu Ersoz Huseyinsinoglu Assisstant Professor2, Ela Tarakci Associate Professor2 and Arzu Razak Ozdinçler Professor2 DOI: 10.1111/ped.12942 Abstract Background This study aimed to compare the effects of Nintendo Wii-Fit balance-based video games and conventional balance training … Continue reading

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RESEARCH: Home-Based Balance Training Using the Wii Balance Board A Randomized, Crossover Pilot Study in Multiple Sclerosis.

Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair 2013; 27: 516-525 Authors: Luca Prosperini, MD Deborah Fortuna, MS Costanza Giannì, MD Laura Leonardi, MD Maria Rita Marchetti, MS Carlo Pozzilli, MD, PhD Abstract Objective. To evaluate the effectiveness of a home-based rehabilitation of balance … Continue reading

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Wii-habilitation as balance therapy for children with acquired brain injury.

Authors: Tatla SK, Radomski A, Cheung J, Maron M, Jarus T. Developmental Neurorehabilation. 2012 Dec 11. [Epub ahead of print] Acute Rehabilitation Team, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, 3644 Slocan Avenue , Vancouver, BC V5M 3E8 , Canada. +/- … Continue reading

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