Recent advances both in the technological and scientific fields allow the development of novel systems for motor and cognitive rehabilitation in subjects with Parkinson’s disease (PD) based on wearable sensors, on-board intelligence and new motor learning and biofeedback principles. It is in fact possible to obtain information about body movement by means of unobtrusive sensor(s) positioned on the trunk and other body segments (legs, arms) and processing the signals by a portable and unobtrusive unit, which may even be a smartphone or a dedicated miniaturized embedded system.

Tele - rehabilitation system based on augmented feedback for people with Parkinson’s Disease: design principles

Farella, Elisabetta;
2013

Abstract

Recent advances both in the technological and scientific fields allow the development of novel systems for motor and cognitive rehabilitation in subjects with Parkinson’s disease (PD) based on wearable sensors, on-board intelligence and new motor learning and biofeedback principles. It is in fact possible to obtain information about body movement by means of unobtrusive sensor(s) positioned on the trunk and other body segments (legs, arms) and processing the signals by a portable and unobtrusive unit, which may even be a smartphone or a dedicated miniaturized embedded system.
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