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Rehabilitation
Demi Powell
The Virtual Revolution in Rehabilitation: Unlocking the Potential of Virtual Reality in Physical Therapy
Physical rehabilitation plays a crucial role in helping individuals regain function, mobility, and independence after injury or illness. Traditional methods of rehabilitation have proven effective, but recent advancements in technology have opened up new …
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Rehabilitation
Olivia Smith
Prone to forgetting things? This article is for you!
Research has shown that TDCS - Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation - is effective in stroke recovery, depression, migraines, and neurodegeneration. There are currently 224 clinical trials involving this technology worldwide. Study after study, however…
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Rehabilitation
Olivia Smith
Stroke recovery
Strokes can change a person’s life forever. The hospital discharge rate among patients with chronic conditions is high. A majority of stroke survivors will also need support during outpatient rehabilitation to make further progress. Now, let’s examine st…
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Rehabilitation
Olivia Smith
What is the best way to get rid of pain? We have the answer right now - Interferential Current Therapy
What is Interferential Current Therapy? Interferential current therapy is commonly used to treat pain caused by trauma, surgery, and injuries. Using ICT to help patients recover faster is the ultimate goal of physical therapy or rehab. There are very few…
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Rehabilitation
Demi Powell
Rehabilitation robotics – a new approach to motion rehabilitation
What is rehabilitation robotics? Rehabilitation robotics is a part of the comprehensive medical rehabilitation of patients with lost (fully or partially) or reduced functions of the upper and lower limbs because of diseases or injuries. Rehabilitation ro…
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Rehabilitation
Isabella Dawson
Is virtual reality becoming a new type of treatment for phobias?
Virtual reality has become an effective tool in the treatment of mental disorders. With the help of virtual reality, physicians have achieved significant results in the treatment of disorders such as: claustrophobia fear of open spaces, heights airplan…
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Rehabilitation
Demi Powell
Hyperthermia: The Last Hope Therapy
To understand how hyperthermia is employed nowadays, it’s crucial to realize the extensive history of such treatment. Next, it’s important to outline this biological rationale of hyperthermia as well as debate how EM energy and other techniques can elevat…
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Rehabilitation
Demi Powell
BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION IN THERAPY AND TRAINING
Blood flow restriction (BFR) training has garnered growing attention in recent years because of the perspective for individuals to achieve a greater degree of muscle burden as well as physiologic change with a lower amount of resistance training. Blood Fl…
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Rehabilitation
Bethany Thomas
Medicine of the Future: Virtual Rehabilitation
Currently, VR is considered as a promising method for the formation of new motor opportunities with the integration of virtual limbs into the patient’s body scheme, as well as cognitive and multisensory stimulation of mental processes. The definition of v…
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Rehabilitation
Demi Powell
CAN ROBOTS DO EXERCISES FOR ME? INNOVATIONAL ROBOT-ASSISTED MOVEMENT THERAPY
Wearable exoskeletons represent electro-mechanical mechanisms designed to assist, aid, strengthen, help people, and have a range of human movement practices and scenarios in order to provide potential supplementation and argumentation to the patients. The…
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Technology Assisted Therapy
Isabella Dawson
Technology-assisted therapy
Computer therapy is the use of computers to directly deliver certain aspects of psychotherapy or behavioral therapy to patients through a computer program or the Internet. The psychotherapeutic use of computers has attracted the interest of many research…
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