The proportion of rehabilitation doctors and patients mismatch is very grim in the context of social aging. The Family Rehabilitation System captures the profound information of the trainer’s movements through the kinect bone tracing technique, allowing the doctor to remotely master the patient’s training progress. With the help of computers and the Internet, the patient can consult a physician, while the physician can remotely guide and launch the training “prescription” through the Internet according to the training effect. Patients can have rehabilitated training at home. The results of the test showed that the system has a positive effect on the rehabilitation of the patient.
The number of patients with motor dysfunction caused by hemiplegia and stroke increased. In order to promote better recovery of their body muscles, patients are still required to perform rehabilitation exercises in the community or family after the treatment of discharge. However, there are still some difficulties in community rehabilitation for patients with motor dysfunction:
- (1) The number of therapists on-site services is scarce and expensive;
- (2) In the absence of standard and systematic action guidance, the patients ‘ own training is not only the science is not high and the effect is limited.
- (3) Patients need to be trained in special environments such as rehabilitation centers, and wearing complex training equipment is inconvenient for them.
The family rehabilitation system collects the depth information of the trainer’s movements through the Kinect skeletal tracking technique; With the help of computers and the Internet, patients can consult physicians, and the doctor through the Internet remote guidance and open training action “prescription” according to the training effect so that patients at home can be rehabilitation training. This liberated the physician’s labour force and formed a network community that was closely linked to the hospital and regularly received “training prescriptions” to improve patient rehabilitation. […]