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Study on finger function in post-stroke survivors

Study on finger function in post-stroke survivors

etee has been selected to be part of a study on finger function in post-stroke survivors. Study is conducted by Stroke Hub Wales and University of South Wales.

Virtual Reality (VR) allows a person to interact within a virtual world through a device such as goggles or a hand controller. There is a small amount of research suggesting that VR can be useful in helping post-stroke patients build on the recovery of their muscle function. The purpose of this study is to examine how feasible & useful using VR is in relation to another method used to help improve finger function in stroke survivors.

More details on the study can be found here.

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