Next level in therapeutic gaming

VIRTUAL REALITY: Ryan Hebert, 5, works with physical therapist Megan Wilkins at Meeting Street in Providence. Ryan uses head movements to operate his chair. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
VIRTUAL REALITY: Ryan Hebert, 5, works with physical therapist Megan Wilkins at Meeting Street in Providence. Ryan uses head movements to operate his chair. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Any parent can tell you that if you don’t keep a child interested, they quickly become disengaged, no matter the activity. It’s the same challenge for those involved in physical therapy, when working with children with physical disorders. So Rhode Island medical professionals have partnered with an Israeli gaming company that is developing a Web…

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