[VIDEO] Wii-based Movement Therapy for stroke rehabilitation

Uploaded on Feb 2, 2012

Neuroscience Research Australia’s Dr Penelope McNulty is using Wii-based movement therapy to help those living with stroke related disabilities regain use of their affected limbs.

The focus of Neuroscience Research Australia, or NeuRA, has always been on neuroscience. We conduct clinical and laboratory research into neurological, psychiatric and psychological disorders.

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