Stroke Patients Rehab With Nintendo Wii

Posted: May 26 2007, 10:10am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:00am CDT, in News | Gaming


Stroke Patients rehab with Nintendo Wii
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The Nintendo Wii console has been incorporated into the Riley Hospital’s Tom C. Maynor Rehabilitation Center rehab program for patients who have suffered a stroke.

The fact that the Wii requires the use of the whole body, balance and hand-eye coordination is ideal for stroke patients. The rather low price of the Nintendo Wii opens doors to other uses of the gaming console.
Via the Meridian Star.

The $249 Wii console is still a hard to find item online. I wonder when that finally changes.

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