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The Effects of Rehabilitation Exercise Using a Home Video Game (PS2) on Gait Ability of Chronic Stroke Patients

가정용 게임기를 이용한 재활운동이 뇌졸중 환자의 보행 능력에 미치는 효과

  • 신원섭 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과) ;
  • 이동엽 (선문대학교 물리치료학과) ;
  • 이승원 (삼육대학교 물리치료학과)
  • Published : 2010.01.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study was investigate the effect of rehabilitation exercise using a home video game(PS2, Sony) on gait ability in the chronic stroke patients. The subjects of this study were 32 patients who underwent stroke for more than 6 months and were assigned to a game-based exercise group (n=16) or a control group (n=16). The Game-based exercise group executed a rehabilitation exercise three times a week during 6 weeks, at the rehabilitation unit. The exercise was performed by PS2 for one hour. Control group maintained their usual life without application of exercise. Outcome measures included gait ability. After the completion of the game-based exercise, 10m walking velocity was improved significantly (p<0.05). Six minute walking distance was increased significantly (p<0.05). These results showed that the rehabilitation exercise using a home video game is effective in the improvement of gait ability in chronic stroke patients. This study suggest that interesting, motivating game-based rehabilitation exercise and effective in recovery of function exercise for chronic stroke patients should be necessary to develop and apply.

Keywords

Stroke;Gait;Home video game;Rehabilitation

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