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Ohio State study shows embedded arts interactive technology helps patients…

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A new study by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found that an interactive computer program designed as a rehabilitation biofeedback tool called ‘Embedded Arts’ is safe and well–tolerated by patients receiving occupational, recreational or physical therapy to help them recover from central nervous system injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, strokes and spinal cord injuries.

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