Increased Functionality and Strength in Non-Dominant Hand with Virtual Reality Video-Game Therapy
Video game-based therapy for the non-dominant hand improves manual skills and grip strength.Hand Surg Rehabil. 2020 Sep;39(4):265-269.
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Thirty healthy patients were included in this randomized trial comparing 8 weeks of virtual reality (VR) video game based therapy and control with regards to the improvement of non-dominant hand function and grip strength. Outcomes of interest included the Jebsen Taylor Hand Function Test (JTHFT) sub-scores and total score, as well as hand grip strength, tip grip strength, key grip strength and tr...
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