Balance Rehabilitation and virtual reality: The Hyper Project

Egileak: Alessandro De Mauro and Eduardo Carrasco and Aitor Ardanza and Jaime Herrán and I. Fernández and Estibalitz Ochoteco and Germán Cabañero and H. Grande

Data: 27.06.2012


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Abstract

Two-thirds of individuals suffering of a stroke survive and require rehabilitation. Traditional therapy helps survivors in relearning motor and cognitive skills that are lost when part of the brain is damaged. Virtual reality rehabilitation techniques have many advantages in the training of the activities of daily living (ADL).

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author = {Alessandro De Mauro and Eduardo Carrasco and Aitor Ardanza and Jaime Herrán and I. Fernández and Estibalitz Ochoteco and Germán Cabañero and H. Grande},
title = {Balance Rehabilitation and virtual reality: The Hyper Project},
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neurorehabilitation, virtual reality


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abstract = {

Two-thirds of individuals suffering of a stroke survive and require rehabilitation. Traditional therapy helps survivors in relearning motor and cognitive skills that are lost when part of the brain is damaged. Virtual reality rehabilitation techniques have many advantages in the training of the activities of daily living (ADL).


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date = {2012-06-27},
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