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‘Wii-habilitation’ and robotic exoskeletons: technology in physiotherapy – 2010

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Student Medical Journal 2010; 3: 70-74. Aideen Henry(1), Aileen Barrett(2) Author affilitations1RCSI physiotherapy student2Practice Education Co-ordinator, School of Physiotherapy, RCSI +/- Click for more/less AbstractFor mobility-impaired patients, gait retraining is an integral part of … Continue reading

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Changes in balance in older adults based on use of physical therapy vs the Wii Fit gaming system: a preliminary study – April 2011

Physiotherapy : Available online 29 April 2011. Hamid Bateni School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders, Physical Therapy Program, Northern Illinois University, 1425 W. Lincoln Hwy, DeKalb, IL 60115-2828, USA +/- Click for more/less Abstract ObjectivesTo determine the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Reliability of an inexpensive and portable dynamic weight bearing asymmetry assessment system incorporating dual Nintendo Wii Balance Boards – May 2011

Gait Posture. 2011 May 11. Clark RA, McGough R, Paterson K. Source: Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine, Department of Physiotherapy, The University of Melbourne, 202 Berkeley Street, Parkville, VIC 3010, Australia. +/- Click for more/less AbstractWeight bearing asymmetry … Continue reading

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Potential of Wii-Rehabilitation for Persons Recovering From Acute Stroke (2009)

+/- Click for more/less The Potential of Wii-Rehabilitation for Persons Recovering From Acute Stroke by: Sinead Brosnan, OTR/L Published in Special Interest Section Quarterly: Physical Disabilities Vol 32, No 1, March 2009Published by The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc

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