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Wii help for Parkinson’s

Frontline article - Posted on 04/01/2011

Using a Wii could help people with Parkinson’s to combat some symptoms of the disease, researchers believe. Parkinson’s UK ...

Fit for less than fifty

Press Release - Posted on 06/12/2010

6 December 2010 Top tips from physiotherapists for healthy – and cheap – Christmas gifts ...

Merry Christmas and an active new year

News item - Posted on 02/12/2010

2 December 2010 A skipping rope, Twister game set and a hoola hoop; all great stocking fillers, but even better as ways to burn off ...

Wiihabilitation website set up

Frontline article - Posted on 02/06/2009

Physiotherapist Rebecca Redmond has created a website as a resource for information on how to use the Nintendo Wii for rehabilitation purposes. ...

Programme featured physios’ Wii work with amputees

Frontline article - Posted on 02/03/2009

Child lower limb amputees receiving treatment at the Seacroft hospital in Leeds featured on the BBC’s Newsround programme last month, demonstrating how the Nintendo Wii Fit balance board is helping with ...

Are you sitting comfortably?

Frontline article - Posted on 19/01/2009

A physiotherapist has invented equipment to make it easier for people with walking and balance problems to strengthen their ankle muscles. ...

All I want for Christmas

Frontline article - Posted on 02/12/2008

Across the country, young and old alike are happy for physios to prescribe Wiihab. As children of all ages write their letters to ...

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