Gait and cognitive impairments are common in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) and can impede activities of daily life. Many MS patients have difficulties with dual-task interference, ie, cognition function and walking simultaneously. Using technology such as virtual reality can provide personalized rehabilitation while mimicking real-world environments.
Describe the various types of virtual reality
Discuss advantages and disadvantages of virtual reality in rehabilitation
Discuss evidence for use case of virtual reality in individuals with multiple sclerosis
Describe future areas of research in virtual reality in individuals with multiple sclerosis