Mrs. Nadja Heidbrede, Oberwalleney Therapy center at Iserlohn DE
Testimonial from Mrs. Nadja Heidbrede, Occupational therapist & Practice Manager
Oberwallleney Therapy Center, DE
The visual alternation of reality augmented by the screen creates new incentives and spaces for the brain to reintegrate the extremity into the body imago. When something moves, we always find it alive and interesting. Movement is a key feature of life. If this is shown manually by the practitioner in conventional therapy, the patient does not get this impression of movement and switches off large parts of possible motor control, because it is being controlled for me. The impulse to participate and implement what is seen is enormous and very interesting.