Latest Telerehabilitation Stories
Virtual reality immersive therapy being used in largest neurorehabilitation centre in UK London (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
Gr8 Speech Inc. introduces readily available technology along with a content-rich web-based environment to provide individualized and interactive speech therapy services anywhere in the world.
Researchers led by Regenstrief Institute investigator Neale Chumbler, Ph.D., a research scientist with the Center of Excellence on Implementing Evidence-Based Practice at the Richard Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, have developed STeleR, a home telerehabilitation program that they report improves lower body physical functioning after a stroke.
A Wayne State University researcher has introduced computer technology that makes it easier for people who need wheelchairs to select one that best suits their needs.
Today 15 million persons throughout the world suffer from an ictus every year and 5 million are left with chronic disabilities.
University of Pittsburgh Researchers, Consumers, Clinicians, and Policymakers Focus on New Approaches that Advance Independent Living for People with Disabilities WASHINGTON, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is pleased to announce it will sponsor the first telerehabilitation conference to be held in Washington, D.C., on April 1. The one day policy conference will educate, generate advocacy for and disseminate knowledge about...
Knee replacement patients undergoing telerehabilitation â€“ a unique Internet-based postoperative rehabilitation program that can be conducted from the patient's home â€“ experience the same results as patients who undergo traditional postoperative rehabilitation.
PlayStation 3-based system developed by Rutgers engineers; evaluated in Indiana University School of Medicine pilot trial.
Remotely monitored in-home virtual reality videogames improved hand function and forearm bone health in teens with hemiplegic cerebral palsy, helping them perform activities of daily living such as eating, dressing, cooking, and other tasks for which two hands are needed.