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Review Papers | Neuroscience | India | Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022
Role of Computerized Software, Artificial Intelligence, and Virtual Reality in Cognitive and Neuromotor Rehabilitation Therapy after Brain Injury
Presha Goel | Manoj K Bajaj
Abstract: Rehabilitation of impaired cognitive functions that occur because of an acute insult to the brain or through progressive neuronal degeneration is an active area of research. Neuronal injury may result in deficits affecting cognition or neuromotor function, thus affecting activities of daily living. Conventionally, cognitive rehabilitation has been provided by trained therapists through paper-pencil tasks, while motor rehabilitation has been managed through physiotherapy. However, with easy and widespread access to computer software through mobile phones, tablets, and personal computers, computer-assisted rehabilitation has been gaining a strong footing. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used by researchers to design tasks to improve patients? cognition and keep them engaged, and virtual reality-based exercises are being used for neuromotor rehabilitation. AI-based robotic exoskeletons and robotic-assisted gait training have been reported to improve the mobility of patients. This review assesses the status of computer-assisted cognitive rehabilitation and its role in the recovery of patients with acquired neuronal injuries.
Keywords: brain injury, neurodegeneration, cognitive rehabilitation, neuromotor rehabilitation, computer assisted rehabilitation
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 11, November 2022,
Pages: 1357 - 1362
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