Research into VR’s benefits on balance and motor control continue to reveal new information.
More than 10 million people worldwide live with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and experience the neurological disorder that progressively affects their movement. Individually, the results can vary, but will usually include muscle rigidity, tremors, loss of balance, and changes in speech and gait. Researchers, including those at the University of Utah, are hopeful that VR can slow or diminish the effects of this chronic illness.
An April 9th study from the University of Utah found that using VR may help people suffering from Parkinson’s disease improve their
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