[ Back to EurekAlert! ]

Contact: Johanna Wilde
johanna.wilde@chalmers.se
46-706-246-460
Chalmers University of Technology

A New Method for the Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain after an Amputation (1 of 3)

Loading video...

Caption: The film shows: 1. The patient in the augmented reality environment, 2. when he is practising specific arm movements with a racing game, 3. when he is executing random motions requested by the computer, and 4. when he is practising combined movements in a virtual reality environment.

Credit: Ortiz-Catalan et al., Frontiers in Neuroscience

Usage Restrictions: Media are free to use this with credit to: Ortiz-Catalan et al., Frontiers in Neuroscience

Related news release: Phantom limb pain relieved when amputated arm is put back to work


[ Back to EurekAlert! ]