Cleveland Clinic scientists have developed a solution to the locomotion problem in virtual reality (VR) to create an immersive VR experience to better understand and treat freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease.
Opportunities are on the horizon for AI and nursing practice. Associate Chief Nursing Officer Nelita Iuppa, PhD, RN, shares how AI is partnering with nursing to provide patient care.
A new study suggests a model of gait training may be applicable to multiple sclerosis rehabilitation clinics with virtual reality systems of various levels of sophistication.
A partnership between Cleveland Clinic and Zygote Medical Education aims to bring the clinical experience into the classroom with virtual reality technology.
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The novel CAREN system allows safe challenging of rehab patients through scenarios in an immersive virtual environment. Early use centers on Parkinson disease and MS, but clinical and research applications may be boundless.