1. UT Southwestern Medical Provides tWall for Traumatic Brain Injury

      The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center is a public academic health science center in Dallas, Texas. With approximately 13,568 employees and 2,445 faculty and over 2.7 million outpatient visits per year, UT Southwestern is the largest medical school in the University of Texas System and state of Texas. While UT Southwestern continues to be on the cutting edge of medical based re…Read More

  2. Using the tWall For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      The tWall can be a great addition for people who are in physical therapy. The tWall is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback via lights and touch sensors. People who are recovering from brain injuries and concussions especially benefit from tWall. This interactive touch wall can help improve hand-eye coordination and reaction time. Injuries to the brain can cause a decrea…Read More

  3. Interactive Fitness For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      Physical Therapy is defined as therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability. Cognitive Deficits, also called intellectual disability, is a condition beginning in childhood in which people show significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Intellectual disabilities are di…Read More

  4. Improving Cognitive Deficits With Interactive Fitness and Exergaming

      Cognitive Deficits, also called intellectual disability, is a condition beginning in childhood in which people show significant limitations in their ability to learn and function. Intellectual disabilities are divided into degrees of severity based on their level of impairment. These include mild, moderate, severe, or profound. About 5% of the population have cognitive deficits, and most of…Read More