Bilateral movement computer games to improve motor function of upper limb and quality of life in patients with sub-acute stroke: a randomised controlled trial: abridged secondary publication
SSL Lam1, SSM Ng2, CWK Lai1, J Woo3
1Physiotherapy Department, Shatin Hospital
2Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
3Department of Medicine & Therapeutics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1. Sixteen sessions of bilateral movement computer games training is superior to video-directed conventional training in promoting the recovery of motor control and functional use of a paretic upper limb after a stroke.
2. Bilateral movement computer games training is a useful complement to conventional upper limb rehabilitation for patients with subacute stroke.