Home based computer-assisted upper limb exercise for young children with cerebral palsy

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In the March edition of Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine http://bit.ly/fBCSi6 Dr. Weightman and his colleagues form the Academic Unit of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Leeds reported improvements in self-reported function and quality of arm movements observed following the use of a home based arm rehabiliaiton system. The Tutor system is a physcial therapy solution used to augment home-based arm exercise in an engaging way for children with cerebral palsy.
The HandTutor and ArmTutor is a physical therapy product used to give tele-rehabilitation world wide to children with arm and hand movement impairments and to supplement tradition occupational and physical therapy.
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