A pioneering technique is to be seen down the road soon, which is being brought in by a team of researchers from the Neuroscience Research Australia. A recent report finds that the method would help sustain strength of victims of stroke.
As per the findings, the Wii-based Movement Therapy developed by Penelope McNulty and his team members is a console that is being appreciated by stroke patients as well for giving them back their agility and ability.
Trials had been conducted by the team, which have shown outdone of other rehabilitation methods by the new ground-breaking stroke rehabilitation approach. Along with helping patients to intensify their nerves and muscles, it is also cost-effective and easy to use.
According to the group’s explanation, the Nintendo Wii allows patients to play sports and other games, which ask them to use their arms and hands. Thus, not only their hands’ muscles are improved, but legs’ muscles become active when they automatically shift weight between legs.
All examinations have shown easy success by making patients regain their bodily functions. ''The Wii is very importantly, fun. This type of rehabilitation motivates participants to actually complete their therapy, which is essential for maximum recovery”, said Dr. McNulty.
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