Not only do we research, we do believe in research and its role in our society. Beyond scientific dissemination, exploitation of intellectual property, and justification of short-sighted political and financial support, basic and clinical research help us learn how the brain works and apply these insights to the rehabilitation of damaged structures to improve the clinical outcomes of people with disabilities and, ultimately, their quality of life and self-independence. To examine the underlying brain mechanisms of many different processes we always have the support of individuals with different pathologies. We are indebted to them and committed to their struggle. Therefore, we are happy to share the clinically relevant results of our research for therapists and patients. Different systems listed below can be freely used from anywhere in the world.
Videogame-based exercise to train the stepping strategy of balance control and unilateral stance.
Requirements: Kinect v2.