Videos & Visuals
In the largest study of its kind to date, a game-based, self-managed approach to stroke rehabilitation produced outcomes similar to a highly regarded form of in-person therapy — while requiring only one-fifth the number of therapist hours. Reducing therapist hours would reduce the cost of treatment by a similar amount, researchers say.
Video game rehabilitation for outpatient stroke (VIGoROUS):
Self-managed motor-gaming with behavioral telehealth visits has outcomes similar to in-clinic CI therapy. It addresses most access barriers, requiring just one-fifth as much therapist time that is redirected towards behavioral interventions that enhance the paretic arm’s involvement in daily life. Results of this pragmatic trial support the need for a marked shift towards prioritizing behavioral intervention during neurologic motor rehabilitation, as upper limb motor practice can be effectively self-managed at home.
Research in Multiple Sclerosis
Julius Law's journey utilizing constraint-induced therapy and how he overcame challenges
A Patient's Perspective
Nancy Strahl's testimony to using Rapid Recovery and how it aided her rehabilitation