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Virtual reality has a promising role in orthopaedic rehabilitation

02:00 EDT 12 Sep 2019 | Arthritis Digest

Virtual reality can help people with chronic neck pain and shoulder impingement syndrome and will play a wider part in rehabilitation in the future, experts highlight in Physical Therapy. Virtual reality is an interactive technology that allows customised treatment and patient-centred rehabilitation. A team decided to review the evidence about its effectiveness in orthopaedic rehabilitation […]

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