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In neuro-motion rehabilitation it is important for the subjects to plan a neural and motion rehabilitation program at home. Telerehabilitation could represent a valid aid for subjects involved in a rehabilitation process at home. Motion and neural rehabilitation are strictly correlated.
Prompt motion rehabilitation is essential to ensure good recovery performance. Remote therapy, which involves a tele-rehabilitation program, should monitor daily motion activity. The integration of step-counters in the process could improve the care, providing daily quantitative measurements.
Three different step counters (a) have been proposed and (b) integrated in a kit (c) with a study aimed at designing a guideline for the optimal assignment on the basis of the pathology.
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- Integration of Step Counters in Neuro-Motion Rehabilitation: From the Selection of the Technologies in a Kit to the Guidelines