A Playful Neuro-Animation Approach for Post-Stroke Arm Rehabilitation

John W. Krakauer1, Omar Ahmad2, Promit Roy1, Tomoko Kitago3, Andreas Luft4

  • 1Johns Hopkins University
  • 2Kata, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  • 3Burke Neurological Institute
  • 4University of Zurich



14:30 - 16:00 | Thu 21 Mar | Grand Ballroom A | ThMS

Minisymposium: Motor Learning and Enhancement

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Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability in world. Here we provide a rationale for a new immersive gaming approach to arm rehabilitation that focuses on movement quality rather than task completion. A pilot study shows that the new approach yielded better motor recovery than standard of care.

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