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Helping spinal-injured people re-learn how to move

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Curtin University has developed a new program that employs an interactive, home-based virtual reality (VR) simulation or ‘serious game’ to improve upper limb function in people with spinal cord injuries.

The immersive VR rehabilitation project, using cooking a virtual steak as a functional rehabilitation activity for people with cervical spinal cord injuries, was part of a feasibility study with one participant and will now be extended to five participants in a pilot study.

To read the full article, please visit the Freedom 2 Live website.



Source:
Kymberly Martin, 2020, Freedom2Live (https://www.freedom2live.com.au)

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