Web Based Exercise Programming Improves Home Exercise Adherence
This 2019 study published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation set out to explore whether or not a web-based exercise programming system improves adherence to a home...Read more
Fun in Therapy Leads to Better Outcomes
This is a great Tedx by US-based fellow Australian David Putrino on the clinical outcomes achieved by patients when fun is intentionally included as part of their therapy program. He...Read more
Let's call it E-Bilitation!
At Lusio, we use a new term to explain the broader aspects of Physical Therapy; E-Bilitation: the Electronic gamification (e-game) of re-habilitation, habilitation, pre-habilitation. The term is essentially a fusion of...Read more
Exploring the Benefits of Different Game Types in Therapy.
I have found this article on the NCBI website, written by H. Lynn Horne-Moyer, Brian H. Moyer, Drew C. Messer and Elizabeth S. Messer, which is really interesting and thorough...Read more
There is No Age Limit to FUN Rehab
Lusio Rehab started designing fun video games mainly for the habilitation of children and adults with disabilities. This method allows children to gain movement functionality in a fun way and...Read more
Therapy Through Tetris? We're Convinced Enough to Try!
Before we share the research. We read enough in these research papers from academics to believe in exploring the connection between Tetris and Therapy. And so, early in 2019, we...Read more