Research Poster| Volume 96, ISSUE 12, e8, December 2015

Creative, Interactive Graphic Arts Movement Feedback Increases Movement Dose During Balance Therapy: A Pilot Study

      Evaluate the effect of creative real-time movement feedback (feedback) on movement dose within neurologic physical therapy. Achieving a sufficient dose of movement during activity-based medicine is challenging (Lang et al. 2007, 2009, 2010). Although feedback shows potential to increase movement dose by increasing patient engagement (Worthen-Chaudhari et al. 2011,2013), no study of the effect of feedback on movement dose during therapy has been performed.
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