October 2, 2012

Stroke survivors often face a troubling reality, as strokes tend to damage the areas of the brain associated with movement, leaving many unable to recover sufficient use of their hands and arms. But what if playing games could make physical therapy more enjoyable and help stroke victims regain movement and reflex?

The video game Limbs Alive has been making waves in the therapy community, giving stroke survivors a new, exciting, and more affordable physical therapy option. It has also been helping them see real progress. The game offers a fun, motivation-based therapy system that engages all ages and can record player data, not just for progressing through levels, but for sharing with doctors.

Learn more about this innovative therapy tool in this article from Fast Company.