Immersive Virtual Reality to Improve Outcomes in Patients with Stroke: A Pilot Study
Johanna MD Tran
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December 2020 -
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Background. Over the last decade, Virtual Reality (VR) has emerged as a cutting-edge technology in stroke rehabilitation. VR is defined as a type of user-computer interface that implements real-time simulation of an activity or environment allowing user interaction via multiple sensory modalities. VR interventions in a stroke population have been shown to be equivalent to usual care therapies and to enhance motor recovery when utilized as an adjunct. Significance/Impact/Innovation. This research...